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RAILWAYS IN SCOTLAND
GARNKIRK AND GLASGOW.

Glasgow to Airdrie &c. 7¼ and 10¼ a.m. 1¼ and 4¼
Airdrie to Glasgow &c. 8¾ and 11¾ a.m.,2¾ and 5¾ p.m.
The Wishaw and Coltness railway coach, from Holytown and
Newarthill, joins the morning train from Gartsherrie to Glasgow,
and returns with the 4½ p.m train.
Fares - Glasgow and Airdire. 1s. 6d - 8d.; Glasgow and Coatbridge, 10d. -7d; to Gartsherrie and intermediate stations,8d.,6d.

GLASGOW, PAISLEY AND GREENOCK

From Glasgow at 9 and 11‡ a.m. , 12 NOON, 3 & 5‡ p.m.
From Greenock, at 9½‡ & 10¼ a.m., 12½,3½ & 5½ p.m.
No Trains on Sundays
Goods trains from Glasgow at 6 50 a.m., and 3 50 p.m.;
from Greenock 12¾ a.m. and 6¼ p.m.
The Trains marked (‡) stop at Houston and Bishopston stat-
ions. All the trains stop at the Paisley and Port Glasgow stations.
Fares between Glasgow and Greenock- First Class 2s 6d; second class
1s. 6d. and third class fares between Glasgow and Greenock, Gourock and
Helensburgh 6d.; Row,Rosencath, Gareloch-head,Dunoon & Rothesay 9d.

DUNDEE AND NEWTYLE

Dundee to Newtyle railway station at 8 and 11 a.m. and 3¼ p.m.
Newtyle to Dundee at 8 and 11 a.m. and 3¼ p.m.
Newtyle to Coupar Angus and Glammiss immediately on the
arrival of the trains from Dundee, which is about 9 a.m.
12 noon, and 4½ p.m.
Coupar Angus to Newtyle 7¼,10¼ a.m. and 2¾ p.m
From Glamiss to Newtyle at 7,10 a.m. 2½ p.m. which arrive in time for the starting of the trains for Dundee.
On Tuesdays and Fridays from Dundee and Newtyle at 2 p.m. each way On the Coupar railway, passengers are taken up and set down at Newtyle, Washington,Ardler Depot, and Coupar Angus; and on the Glammiss Rail-
way at Newtyle,Kirkinch, Lcason Hill,Eassie, and Glammis.

GLASGOW, PAISLEY, KILMARKNOCK & AYR

Glasgow to Ayr and Adrossan. 7¼ and 10¼½ a.m., 1¼½ & 4¼ p.m.
Ayr to Glasgow, 8 and 11 a.m. m and 2 & 5 p.m. Glasgow to Johnstone 6¼; returning at 7¼ p.m.

FARES from Glasgow to Johnstone 1s 6d 4d;
to Lochwinnock 2s 6d-1s 8d-1s 2d; to Belth 2s 9d-2s-1s 3d; to Kilbride, 3s-2s 2d-1s 6d; to Dalry, 3s 6d-2s 3d-1s 6d;to
Kilwinning, 4s-2s 6d-2s; Irvine 4s 6d-3s-2s 6d; to Troon,
5s-3s 6d-2s 6d; Moknton and Prestwick, 5s 6d -3s 9d-2s 9d; Ayr 6s-4s-3s; Adrossan, 5-3s 3d.
The trains only which leave Glasgow at 7½ and 4½ and Ayr at 8
and 5 will have 1st, 2nd and 3rd class carriages throughout, the
others will have three classes of carriages between Glasgow and Johnstone, but only 1st and 2nd between
Johnstone and Ayr. All
the trains stop at Kilbride except the 1¼ p.m. train from Glasgow
and 2 p.m trains from Ayr.

ARBROATH AND FORFAR

From Forfar to Arbroath,7 and 11 am. and 4¼ p.m.
From Arbroath to Forfar, 9½ a.m. and 2½ and 5½ p.m.
FARES - First Class 2s 3d; second class 1s 9d; third, 1s 3d

PAISLEY AND RENFREW

The Summer Hours begin early in the month of April and the Winter Hours in September.

THE SUMMER HOURS ARE,
From Paisley at 10 minutes
past every hour, beginning at 10 minutes
past 6 a.m., ending at 10 minutes past 7 p.m.
From Renfrew at ¼ before every hour, beginning at ¼ before 7 a.m.
and ending at ¼ before 6 p.m.
WINTER HOURS ARE
From Paisley 6¼ a.m. and every hour from ¼ past 8 a.m. until ¼ past 6.pm.
From Renfrew, from ¼ before 9 a.m. until ¼ before 7 p.m.
FARES - First class 6d; second class 4d.

DUNDEE AND ARBROATH

(Winter arrangments)
From Dundee 8 and mail 11¼ a.m.,1¼, 4¼ (and 7 30 p.m.
to Broughty Ferry only)
From Arbroath 8½ and 10 a.m. mail,2¼, 5½ 9& (7¾ p.m. from Broughty Ferry
FARES - Dundee to Arbroath, 2s 6d-2s-1s 6d Mail 3s-2s 6d-2s
Passangers wishing to proceed, will find a coach waiting to convey them free of charge between the Arbroath station of the Forfar railway, and the Arbroath station of this railway