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Railway Stations

Buchanan Street Railway Station

Glasgow, Scotland

Buchanan Street Railway Station was the least known of the city's terminus railway stations. The station was north west of Queen Street station and served the north of Scotland, serving areas like Aberdeen, Perth and Stirling.When the

Cambuslang Railway Station

Cambuslang, South Lanarkshire

Cambuslang Train Station opened in 1849. It serves the area of Cambuslang in South Lanarkshire. It is on the Argyll line and is run by ScotRail.Originally, the station was built as part of the Clydestale Junction Railway. The line later became

Exhibition Centre Railway Station

Glasgow, Scotland

Exhibition Centre railway station, previously known as Finnieston or even Stobcorss is a railway station located on the Argyll line. It is the main station for SSE hydro and the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre.The station was

Glasgow Central Railway Station

Glasgow, Scotland

Glasgow Central is the main train station terminus in Glasgow. The station opened in 1879 as part of the Caladonian Railway. Glasgow Central is the 12th bussiest train station in Britain. The station buidling is A grade listed. In

Moniaive Railway Station

Moniaive, Dumfries

The train station of Moniaive, first opened in 1905 and closed in 1949. It believed that Moniaive was one of the last places in Scotland to be connected via rail. It was a terminus for the Cairn Valley line.Even though the station closed in

Newton Railway Station

Newton, South Lanarkshire

Newton Railway Station is a railway station on the Argyll line that serves the area of Newton Farm and Drumsargard near Halfway. The station has two platforms and is managed by ScotRail. It was first opened on the 1st of June 1849.

Paddington Railway Station

Paddington, London

Paddington Station opened in 1838. Paddington is the terminus for the Great Western Main line, which is currently operated by Great Western Railway.Channel 5 have recently done a series of episodes here, called

St Enoch's Railway Station

Glasgow, Scotland

The St Enoch's Train Station was opened in 1876. Then after 101 years, the railway station was demolished and the St Enoch's Shopping Centre was built.Originally, St Enoch's was built to replace another station called Dunlop. The Dunlop

Thornhill Railway Station

Thornhill, Dumfries

Thornhill Train Station opened in 1850 and eventually closed in 1965.Re-openingDumfries and Galloway Council are currently seeking funding in order to re-open