Opened on the Glasgow and Coatbridge Branch (North British Railway).
Open on the Edinburgh to Glasgow via Bathgate and Airdrie.
This is a two platform station elevated above surrounding streets.
The station was opened in 1888 on a line dating from 1870. It opened around the time Carntyne was expanding and the Parkhead Forge, to the south west, was to expand too in the 1890s. In particular, in 1886 the Glasgow City and District Railway had extended the railway west under the city centre and several new stations opened on existing lines in connection with this.
After opening the station gained a small goods yard to the west, on the south side of the line and approached from the west. Sidings for works were to open on either side too.
The station had minimal North British Railway style buildings.
London Road [Glasgow]
Mount Vernon North
Other railway and industry locations
North British Bottle Works
Frankfield Brick Works
Shettleston Iron Works
Parkhead Junction [NB]
Eastbank Girder Works
Acme Tube Works
Parkhead Tram Depot
Victoria Biscuit Works
Greenfield Colliery (Threestonehill Pit No 7)
Lilybank Boiler Works
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|