Category:Glasgow Queen Street railway station

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Main Wikipedia article: Glasgow Queen Street railway station
English: Glasgow Queen Street is the second largest railway station in Glasgow (after Glasgow Central). The main line via Bishopbriggs is used by trains to Edinburgh, Stirling, Aberdeen and Inverness. A secondary route via Ashfield is used by local services to Maryhill and also carries trains for the West Highland Line to Oban and Mallaig. A further route serves Cumbernauld via Springburn. There are also Low Level platforms served by North Clyde Line suburban services and an alternative route to Edinburgh.
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Glasgow Queen Street railway station 
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railway station
Instance of railway station
Location Scotland, United Kingdom
Heritage designation
  • category A listed building
Date of official opening 1842
Connecting line
Authority control
OSM relation ID: 241085
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