Opened on the Glasgow Central Railway.
This was an island platform station on a raised embankment. The station building was canopied all around. The signal box was across the westbound line from the station building. There was a goods yard on the north side, approached from the east.
The station served Tollcross (to the north) and Auchenshuggle (of Glasgow Tram destination fame). The large Clyde Iron Works was to the south.
The station closed in 1964 to passengers and the signal box in 1965. The line lasted until 1966, accessed only from the east with Tollcross goods as a terminus.
The site was largely cleared after closure and embankment lowered however much of it remains undeveloped and overgrown, something may remain in the undergrowth.
To the east was the Tollcross Tube Works at Fullerton (accessed from Tollcross East Signal Box) and to the west is the McVite's Victoria Biscuit Works. Both were rail served.
Mount Vernon North
London Road [Glasgow]
Other railway and industry locations
Arnott and Young [Fullarton]
Clyde Iron Fireclay Works
Clyde Hot Metal Bridge
Tollcross Tube Works
Clyde Iron Works
Victoria Biscuit Works
Tollcross East Signal Box
Clyde Iron Works Colliery Carmyle Pit No 1
Parkhead East Signal Box
Clyde Iron Works Coke Ovens
Lilybank Boiler Works
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|