FANS IN A SPIN
WHAT GOES around comes around: that is the essence of a circle. Trouble is, nobody bothered to tell the passengers at Dunfermline Town on 24 November when Scotland was playing rugby against Argentina at Murrayfield. Enterprisingly, ScotRail put on a special round the Fife Circle outer rail using the weekday peak loco-hauled set. But when it paused to call at Dunfermline Town (9 o’clock on the circle) no-one told the rugby fans – many only occasional rail users – that it would be best to join the northbound Mk 2s and travel via Glenrothes (noon on the circle) rather than trying to go south on regular services via Rosyth (six o’clock on the circle).