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Class 303 EMU, Bo'ness & Kinnei Railway

A familiar site to anyone from Neilston, they were affectionately know as the "Blue Trains" when first introduced in the Glasgow suburban rail network in 1960 after electrification (they were originally painted blue). 93 triple car units were built by Pressed Steel in Linwood. The last few remained in service for some 42 years and were withdrawn around 2002.

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