This is a minimal modern two platform station located in a deep cutting east of the Lochburn Road road bridge over the line. It opened with the re-opening of the Maryhill line to local passenger trains in 1993. Prior to that the line was only served by non stop West Highland Line trains.
The station is west of Lochburn station, serving a similar area and east of Summerston station, another new station.
The line between Glasgow Queen Street High Level and Anniesland is supported and promoted by the Glasgow North Community Rail Partnership .
Possilpark and Parkhouse
| Garscube Colliery [Maryhill]|
Stockingfield Junction [Canal]
Lochburn Signal Box
Maryhill Iron Works
Lochburn Iron Works
Maryhill East Junction
Lambhill Iron Works
Maryhill Road Aqueduct
Maryhill East Signal Box
Ruchill Iron Works
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
|/ /1980||Lanarkshire and Dumbartonshire Railway|
Bridge over Glasgow, Dumbarton and Helensburgh Railway in Lambhill removed.
|02/12/1993||Glasgow, Dumbarton and Helensburgh Railway|
Glasgow Queen Street High Level to Maryhill re-opened for local passenger service (Stations at; Maryhill, Lambhill, Summerston, Possilpark, Ashfield), trains continue to Knightswood West Junction to swap tracks.
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