Glasgow Central (1879-)
Opened on the Glasgow Central Station (Caledonian Railway).
Opened on the Glasgow Central Station Extension (Caledonian Railway).
Open on the G and SW Main Line.
Open on the Inverclyde Lines.
Open on the Paisley Canal Line.
Open on the Cathcart Circle.
Open on the Neilston Line.
Open on the Newton Line.
Open on the East Kilbride Line.
Open on the Glasgow to Ayr and Stranraer.
Open on the Carlisle to Glasgow.
Open on the Edinburgh to Glasgow via Shotts.
Open on the Glasgow to Lanark.
This is the busiest station in Scotland. It was established by the Caledonian Railway in 1879 and was hugely expanded in 1901-5.
With the selling off of former British Transport Hotels, former railway hotels, in 1983 the Central Hotel, built between 1882 and 1884, became independent of the railway.
Glasgow Grand Central
Tours of the seldom seen parts of the station are available Glasgow Central Station Tours .
Glasgow Central Low Level
St Enoch [Subway]
Central Station Broomielaw Hoist
Buchanan Street [Subway]
Glasgow St Enoch
Glasgow Queen Street Low Level
Glasgow Queen Street High Level
Other railway and industry locations
Charing Cross Tunnel
Clyde Place Quay
St Enoch Locomotive Depot
Buchanan Street Goods
Clyde Junction [CGU]
St Enoch Shopping Centre
George Square [Glasgow]
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
|01/05/1972||Rutherglen and Coatbridge Railway (Caledoniand Railway)|
Coatbridge Central to Rutherglen Junction re-opened for Glasgow Central to Perth workings
|04/05/1974||Rutherglen and Coatbridge Railway (Caledoniand Railway)|
Coatbridge Central to Rutherglen Junction ceases to be used for Glasgow Central to Perth workings.