This station and associated approach lines are open. This is the main terminus in Glasgow for services to the south, as well as many local services.
Also known as the Gordon Street Lines.
This line is divided into a number of portions.
The platform level canopies and buildings at this station are gone, although low platform mounds remain. For the main platforms the style was similar to the buildings and canopies which survive at Gleneagles and Stirling stations. ...More details
This is the busiest station in Scotland. It was established by the Caledonian Railway in 1879 and was hugely expanded in 1901-5. ...More details