In response to a FoFNL enquiry about the removal of connection times to/from the originating stations on adjacent routes, ScotRail suggested that we direct travellers to an excellent feature on the National Rail Enquiries website. It's called Pocket Timetables and it will produce a custom timetable which you can read, or download as a .pdf file, containing journey information in four hour slots for outward and return journeys on the day(s) of your choice. It is even more useful than the information which ScotRail has dropped from its timetables, since it works for journeys between any UK stations.
Now that ScotRail does not produce timetables showing connections (and has no plans to do so) it is difficult to plan a journey involving a change. For example, Tain to Elgin involves two timetables and this facility makes it really easy, showing the change required, the times at Inverness and the journey duration.
ScotRail has informed us that the Swiss Railways website offers an even better service, with full-day timetables being given. These can also be printed or saved.