Note: text in square brackets is added for clarity and was not part of the location's name.Opened on the Glasgow and Paisley Joint Railway.
This was a four platform station. Two platforms on the main line and two on the line curving north to Govan Ibrox [Govan Platforms]. The two lines met at Ibrox Junction, immediately to the east.
Ibrox station opened on the main line on the site of Bellahouston [1st].
No platforms remain intact.
Ibrox House was just to the north of the station.
Ibrox Stadium is located nearby.
Ibrox [Govan Platforms]
Ibrox Excursion Platforms
Bellahouston Park Halt
Kinning Park [Subway]
| Cessnock Dock Branch Junction|
Moore Park Boiler Works
British Polar Diesel Engine Works
Bellahouston Cleaning Shed
Howden Craigton Works
House for an Art Lover
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
|06/11/1843||Glasgow and Paisley Joint Railway|
Bellahouston [1st] station opened. (At Ibrox).
|01/05/1868||Govan Branch (Glasgow and Paisley Joint Railway)|
Govan branch opened to goods from triangular junction at Ibrox.
|01/03/1871||Glasgow and Paisley Joint Railway|
Ibrox station opened on site of former Bellahouston [1st] station.
|/ /1892||Princes Dock Joint Railway (Caledonian Railway, North British Railway and Glasgow and South Western Railway)|
North British Railway granted running powers over the Glasgow and Paisley Joint Railway between Shields Junction No 1 and Cessnock Dock Branch Junction at Ibrox station.
|06/02/1967||Glasgow and Paisley Joint Railway|
An Illustrated History of Glasgow's Railways