1hr 31mins
Dir: Saul Metzstein
Starring: Luke de Woolfson and Kate Ashfield

Four young friends have tedious night jobs and meet every night after work in a café

This unconventional Scottish comedy features some scenes filmed at Glasgow Central (Low Level) station on the underground section of the Glasgow suburban lines. All the trains are formed of Class 303 EMU’s, and those identifiable include units 303003, 303033, 303087 and 303088.

Luke de Woolfson looks on as a Class 303 arrives into Glasgow Central (Low Level). The number of the leading DTSO is 75568, making this unit No.303003.
Making the decision not to board the train, Luke de Woolfson instead buys a KitKat from a vintage looking chocolate machine
The doors are beginning to close in this artistic view. Note the Glasgow Central sign on the wall outside complete with ScotRail ‘flash’.
The identity of this departing Class 303 is not at all clear. We shall assume, therefore, that this is another view of 303003 seen arriving earlier.
This one, meanwhile, is No.303087, one of only four Class 303’s (out of a total of 91) to be painted in Strathclyde PTE lined carmine & cream.
Yet more classic Class 303 action, as 303033 arrives on a service to Dalmuir
However, this departing Dalmuir service is formed of yet another class member, No.303088
Passengers make their way through the subway beneath the tracks at Glasgow Central (Low Level)