Free wi-fi access will be introduced to 25 Scottish railway stations next year.
It comes as part of the Scottish government's drive to make sure commuters can enjoy free wireless internet across the rail network by 2019.
The government has shelled out £250,000 to install wi-fi at the stations.
ScotRail started introducing the free service on its Edinburgh to Glasgow route in 2012 and is now being replicated in express trains.
The stations which will benefit from the free wi-fi access in 2014 are Aberdeen, Anniesland, Ayr, Dalmarnock, Dundee, Dunfermline Town, Edinburgh Haymarket, Edinburgh Park, Exhibition Centre, Falkirk High, Fort William, Glasgow Central, Glasgow Queen Street, Helensburgh Central, Inverness, Kilmarnock, Kirkcaldy, Linlithgow, Mount Florida, Paisley Gilmour Street, Patrick, Perth, Stirling and Wemyss Bay.
Gleneagles station will follow suit as part of its facelift for next year's eagerly-anticipated Ryder Cup.
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