Bridgeton Goods (1861-1965)
Opened on the Dalmarnock Branch (Caledonian Railway).
This goods yard opened in 1861. Bridgeton [1st] was to the north west.
The depot was left on a short branch with the opening of the Dalmarnock Branch Extension (Caledonian Railway), which passed round its west side.
In the 1880s a goods shed was erected which used to be the Hamilton Shed building.
The Glasgow Central Railway opened west of the Dalmarnock extension.
It became the 'Tartan Arrow' depot before closure.
The depot appears on re-signalling of 1973.
Closed by 1979 for reopening of Argyle Line.
London Road [Glasgow]
Other railway and industry locations
Dalmarnock Gas Works
Bridgeton Gas Works
London Road Junction [Glasgow]
Dalmarnock Iron Works
Dalmarnock Power Station
Dalmarnock Road Tunnel
Strathclyde Paper Works
Dalmarnock Iron Works Siding
Clyde Viaduct [Rutherglen]
Clyde Viaduct [Rutherglen] [1st]
Bridgeton Bank Yard
Clydebridge Junction [Rutherglen]
London Road Tunnel
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