Loch Ayling is a small town situated on the Eastern side of Scotland, between Dunfermline and Perth. It is a terminus served by a double track branch line serving a rural community. The single track bridge crosses the River Ayl on the station approach which creates an operational bottleneck.
Services include, Loco hauled passenger services to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen & Perth, usually formed of Mk1 or Mk2 coaches, with traction usually provided by class 25, 26 or 27 locos but expect to see the odd unusual loco too. DMU's are also to be found on the all station stopping services to Edinburgh and services to Perth, Stirling & Dunfermline.
Various daily freight activities can also be seen with Regular Parcels, Newspapers, and domestic fuel delivery’s etc.to serve the local community.
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