West Street (1840-1840)
Opened on the Glasgow and Paisley Joint Railway.
This was the temporary terminus of the Glasgow and Paisley Joint Railway in Glasgow, used while the line was in preparation to the permanent terminus at Bridge Street. The extension to that station was elevated on arches. The extension opened to a temporary version of Bridge Street in 1840.
It was bounded by West Street to the east (a north-south running street), the Glasgow, Paisley and Ardrossan Canal to the south and land to the south of Scotland Street (east-west running) to the north.
A number of railway locations were associated with West Street.
West Street carried the Windmillcroft Quay extension of the Polloc and Govan Railway.
West Street Goods was on the Polloc and Govan Railway.
West Street Mineral Depot was on the General Terminus and Glasgow Harbour Railway.
West Street Junction [GSWR] was on the City of Glasgow Union Railway.
West Street Junction [CR] was between the Polloc and Govan Railway and the later General Terminus and Glasgow Harbour Railway.
West Street [Subway] is on the Glasgow Subway (Glasgow District Subway).
The Scotland Street Engine Works opened to north in 1840.
West Street [Subway]
Bridge Street [Subway]
Shields Road [Subway]
South Side [GB and NDR]
South Side [CR]
Main Street Gorbals
Other railway and industry locations
Port Eglinton Basin
West Street Junction [GSWR]
Cook Street Goods
Port Eglinton Junction
Salkeld Street Parcels
West Street Goods
Cook Street Shed
Port Eglinton Goods
Tradeston Waste Destructor
Bridge Street Junction
Eglinton Street Junction
Bridge Street Junction (South)
Tradeston Gasworks No 3
West Street Mineral Depot
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|