ScotRail timetables are in Acrobat (.pdf) format.
Due to the dispute between Scotrail and ASLEF, the train drivers' union, over rest day working, drivers have begun refusing to work overtime or on rest days.
Unfortunately Abellio's franchise bid included a reliance on overtime and rest day working to allow fewer drivers to be employed.
Here is ScotRail's explanation of the current situation:
We're aware how much recent disruption has been affecting our customers and believe introducing a temporary timetable will provide greater certainty and reliability for those travelling.
We've been relying on drivers working overtime or on their rest days to run a normal timetable, as the pandemic meant that training new drivers was significantly delayed. Without COVID and that impact on training, we would have trained around an extra 130 drivers today.
Following an announcement by the drivers' union ASLEF that it will ballot for industrial action over pay, a significant number of drivers have been declining to make themselves available for overtime or rest day working. This has resulted in the recent disruption and our need to introduce a temporary timetable going forward.
This temporary timetable has more than halved the Far North Line service:
TEMPORARY TIMETABLE from Monday 23 May, in operation until further notice.
[The normal timetable has been suspended, but the link will remain on this page for reference. No date has been given for the return to the normal timetable: 15 May 2022 to 10 December 2022.]
As ScotRail timetables no longer show connections you may be interested in the "Pocket Timetables" generated on demand at the Swiss Railways website.
You can generate a.pdf timetable for all trains between any two stations, either weekdays, Saturdays or Sundays. This can be viewed, saved or printed.
We have told ScotRail that the missing connection information is a problem, but they are currently unable to fix this as the timetable files are now produced 'in-house'.
Whilst visiting this page you might enjoy being diverted for a couple of minutes:
This is a link to the Far North Line timetable on Timetable World, a website which hosts historical timetables.