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Passengers not allowed to use new £100,000 shelter

WIND, rain, sleet and snow should have been weather conditions passengers on the Oban to Glasgow train could defeat – thanks to a £100,000 state-of-the-art shelter, erected last year, but to date no one has had access to use it.

ScotRail Alliance, the company which runs the town centre station in Oban, has admitted passengers have no access, and won’t be allowed onto the platform for the foreseeable future until works on the line are completed.

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