ScotRail has unveiled a Class 170 train carrying the Motor Neurone Disease Scotland logo as part of its continued support for the charity.
The unveiling is ahead of Motor Neurone Disease Awareness Week, which for 2018 runs from 18-24th June 2018. The Class 170 train swaps ScotRail Saltaire livery for an MND cornflower.
The train will be in service on the Edinburgh – Glasgow Queen Street via Falkirk route, and other routes across the country.
Members of staff from ScotRail will be taking part in a series of events in support of MND week.
MND Scotland was named as the official charity partner of the ScotRail Alliance in 2017. Since then, passengers and employees have raised more than £104,000.