Note: text in square brackets is added for clarity and was not part of the location's name.Opened on the Glasgow District Subway.
This is a station on the former Glasgow District Subway, now the Glasgow Subway operated by Strathclyde Passenger Transport.
The station is notable for the former company office building above it, a two storey Germanic/Jacobean style building designed by James Miller. After closure as railway offices the building has seen various uses including, appropriates as a travel centre. It is currently (2017) in use as a cafe. Access to the station is no longer by the building but by north and south entrance on either side. In the style of the building there is some suggestion of the former station frontage and hotel of Glasgow St Enoch which was just to the east.
The station was originally an island platform but after the closure in 1977 for rebuilding it re-opened in 1980 as a two platform station to accommodate larger passenger numbers.
Glasgow St Enoch
Central Station Broomielaw Hoist
Glasgow Central Low Level
Bridge Street [Subway]
Buchanan Street [Subway]
Glasgow Queen Street Low Level
Glasgow Queen Street High Level
Main Street Gorbals
| Clyde Viaduct [Glasgow Central] [1st]|
Fulton^s Iron Foundry
Custom House Quay [Glasgow]
Clyde Viaduct [Glasgow Central]
Phoenix Iron Works Office [1st]
Clyde Place Signal Box
Dempster, Moore & Co
Clyde Place Quay
St Enoch Locomotive Depot
Windmillcroft Quay Depot
Clyde Junction [CGU]
St Enoch Shopping Centre
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Glasgow^s Patron Saint
Glasgow St Enoch, the former large terminus of the Glasgow and South Western Railway, and St Enoch [Subway], which remains open, were named for St Enoch^s Square. The square was the location of a church named for St Enoch (or Teneu), the sixth century joint patron saint of Glasgow with her son St Kentigern (or Mungo).