This railway is closed. It ran from Paisley West to Barrhead Central.
This line provided the Glasgow and South Western Railway with an independent route to Barrhead as the route via Pollockshaws was jointly owned with the Caledonian Railway.
These locations are along the line.
This was a two platform station which opened as the terminus of a short branch serving Potterhill to the south of Paisley. The main station building, similar to that at Crookston, was on the eastern platform. There was a goods yard on the east side with loading bank and goods shed.
This was a double track junction. A line from Barrhead Central met a line from Barrhead North Junction here and ran on to Thornly Park Junction and Potterhill. It was immediately east of Blackbyres Junction [CR] on the neighbouring Caledonian line. Unlike that line, it carried passengers for a few years.