Glasgow Subway

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Deutsch: Bilder der Glasgow Subway, Schottland, Vereinigtes Königreich
English: Images of the Glasgow Subway, Scotland, United Kingdom
Français : Images du métro de Glasgow, Écosse, Royaume-Uni
Português: Imagens do metro de Glasgow, Escócia, Reino Unido



Rolling stock[edit]

Current rolling stock[edit]

The first 33 cars of the current rolling stock was built by Metro Cammel between 1977 and 1979. Eight additional trailer cars were built in 1992. The rolling stock entered service when the subway re-opened after modernisation work on 16 April 1980. Unlike other Metro systems in the United Kingdom, the Subway has a running gauge of 4 ft (1,219 mm).

Current rolling stock Interior[edit]

Previous rolling stock[edit]

The previous rolling stock was largely built in 1896, with additional trailer carriages added over the following 19 years. This rolling stock was converted from cable to electric traction in 1935 and finally withdrawn from service in 1977 upon the closure of the railway for modernisation.


Bridge Street subway station[edit]

Buchanan Street subway station[edit]

Cessnock subway station[edit]

Cowcaddens subway station[edit]

Govan Subway station[edit]

Hillhead subway station[edit]

Ibrox subway station[edit]

Kelvinbridge subway station[edit]

Kelvinhall subway station[edit]

Kinning Park subway station[edit]

Partick subway station[edit]

Shields Road subway station[edit]

St George's Cross subway station[edit]

St. Enoch subway station[edit]

West Street subway station[edit]