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Whiteinch Railway

Some of this railway is open. The line ran from Jordanhill to Whiteinch in connection with a tramway and shipyard at Whiteinch.

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Clickable map of the Whiteinch Railway.

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From south of Anniesland to Whiteinch.

Whiteinch North Junction

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Whiteinch West Junction

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Whiteinch East Junction

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The original junction for the Whiteinch branch near Hyndland was to the east of the later Jordanhill station. The line crossed the main road to the south of the later station with a level crossing and ran west and then south to Whiteinch. Later this line was duplicated by a new line running from west of Jordanhill to Whiteinch. The section from Hyndland through Jordanhill station and over the road on a bridge was probably opened in connection with the Glasgow, Yoker and Clydebank Railway.

Whiteinch Victoria Park

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Was Whiteinch. The station was used as a depot during the Glasgow electrification.

Whiteinch Tramway

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Page created on 12/06/1998
Page last edited on: 02/04/2012
Contact: Ewan Crawford