Stations. Glasgow Central (High Level) Cardonald Hillington East Hillington West Paisley Gilmour Street Johnstone Milliken Park Howwood Lochwinnoch Glengarnock Dalry Kilwinning Irvine Barrasie Troon Prestwick International Airport Prestwick Town Newton-on-Ayr Ayr Maybole Girvan Barrhill Stranraer Trains. Class 156 The Class 156 'Super Sprinter' is a DMU. A total of 114 (/4 and /5 for ScotRail) sets were built between 1987 and 1989 for BR by Metro Cammel's Washwood Heath works. They were built to replace elderly First Generation units and locomotive-hauled passenger trains. Class 334. Built by Alstom in 1999, the class 334 is a ScotRail train in which entered service in 2001 for Strathclyde transport in the SPT livery. Class 318 The British Rail Class 318 is an electric multiple-unit (EMU) passenger train, which operates in west central Scotland. The units were introduced on 29 September 1986 as part of the electrification of the Ayrshire Coast Line between Glasgow Central and Ayr/Ardrossan. Usage was extended to Largs in January 1987. They were also used on the Inverclyde Line in small numbers. The trains currently operate Argyle, Cathcart Circle Line, North Clyde Line and Inverclyde Line services. Class 380 The British Rail Class 380 Desiro is a type of electric multiple-unit train that operates on the National Rail network in Scotland, for Abellio ScotRail. (Formally First). The trains operate Abellio ScotRail services in the Ayrshire and Inverclyde region of Scotland and had originally been intended for the cancelled Glasgow Airport Rail Link. The construction was awarded to Siemens and announced by Transport Scotland on 11 July 2008. A total of 38 sets were ordered, comprising 22 three-car (/0) and 16 four-car (/1) units. Stations along the Ayrshire Coast Line and Inverclyde Line under-went platform extension works to allow the use of the longer trains. The trains were specified to have full access for disabled people and to have streamlined end corridor connections. Class 314 (I believe this image is of the 508/507 carriage that was to replace a class 314 driving trailer) The British Rail Class 314 'PEP' electric multiple units (EMU) were built by BREL, at Holgate Road carriage works in 1979. They were the third variety of British Rail's then-standard 1972 design for suburban EMUs, which eventually encompassed 755 vehicles and five classes (Class 313/314/315/507/508). THE END! If I missed any train in which opperated here in 2011, please let me know.