Rail travellers from West Dunbartonshire helped raise more than £4,000 for charity during a special train journey.

ScotRail arranged the farewell tour for its fleet of class 314 trains on Wednesday, December 18 in aid of MND Scotland.

More than 300 people went along to travel on the tour around Strathclyde, which included a trip from Helensburgh to Dumbarton.

Throughout the day, ScotRail asked passengers for donations to the charity, with commemorative pin badges, tickets and timetables also available in exchange for donations.

ScotRail’s withdrawal of its Class 314 trains, which served Scotland’s Railway for 40 years, was made possible by the introduction of a fleet brand-new electric trains.

ScotRail's Sophie Nightingale said: “It’s fantastic to have raised more than £4,000 for MND Scotland.

"The generosity shown by our customers is overwhelming."

All funds raised will go towards helping families in Scotland who are affected by motor neurone disease.