Argyle Street

Location type


Name and dates

Argyle Street (1979-)

Station code: AGS National Rail ScotRail
Where: Glasgow City, Scotland
Opened on the Glasgow Central Railway.
Open on the Glasgow to Larkhall.
Open on the Hamilton Circle.
Open on the Argyle Line.


This is an underground island platform station principally accessed from Argyle Street, a busy shopping street in Glasgow. The ticket office is at street level.

The station is not far west of the older Glasgow Cross station which it effectively replaced. The station opened with the re-opening of the Argyle Line, the former Glasgow Central Railway, from Partick to Rutherglen.

The next station west is Glasgow Central Low Level and east Bridgeton.



External links

Canmore site record
NLS Collection OS map of 1892-1914
NLS Collection OS map of 1944-67


Gaelic name: Sràid Earra-Ghàidheal

Chronology Dates

05/11/1979Glasgow Central Railway
The Argyle Line; Stobcross to Strathclyde Junction and Rutherglen Junction re-opened to passengers. Stations at; Finnieston [2nd], Anderston, Glasgow Central Low Level, Argyle Street, Dalmarnock and Rutherglen.

News items

18/05/2023ScotRail issues warning after five hurt at Glasgow's Argyle Street [Glasgow Times]
17/05/2023Five people injured after escalator malfunctions at Glasgows Argyle Street train station [STV]
06/10/2022Argyle Street station delayed from opening after staff members car breaks down [STV]
09/05/2022Glasgow's Argyle line reopens on time for passengers [Network Rail]
12/04/2022Inside the £32m project to redevelop Glasgow's Argyle train line [STV]
12/03/2022Argyle line to shut for £32million works to improve punctuality [The Herald]
11/03/2022£32m Argyle Line improvement work to start on Sunday [ScotRail]
05/03/2022Argyle Line closure: ScotRail customers set for 'bumpy 8 weeks' [The Herald]
04/03/2022Extra bus service to support 8 week ScotRail Argyle line closure [Glasgow Times]
28/02/2022Rutherglen commuters face two months of rail disruption as line set to close [Daily Record]