Singer station is rather unusual in that it is named only after a brand: the nearby Singer factory never gave its name to the locality; IBM station is not quite the same as it serves only the factory and is not for the public. If, radically, Singer were to have been given a geographical name, then 'Clydebank North' might have suited, 'Kilbowie' having been spoken for by the NB station. On 20 January 318 263 calls with a Larkhall service.

Location: Singer

Company: Singer Deviation (North British Railway)

Photographer: David Panton

Contact photographer: David Panton

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Date: 20/01/2010

Image number: 27316

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