Bishopton train station serves the village of Bishopton in Renfrewshire, some thirteen miles west of Glasgow Central on the Inverclyde Line. A historic station first opened in 1841, Bishopton station remains active to this day with five off-peak trains each hour. Four of these trains run westbound to and from Gourock; the remaining train runs to Wemyss Bay. Five eastbound trains from Bishopton depart for Glasgow Central every hour as well; three of these trains are limited stop express services, and the remaining two halt at all local stops. In evenings, service halves to Gourock and reduce to three eastbound trains per hour. Sunday service sees two trains per hour to Glasgow Central and hourly service to Wemyss Bay and Gourock.
Bishopton train station is managed by Abellio ScotRail and features bicycle stands, a station carpark, a staffed ticket office, ticket machines, smartcard validators, customer help points, payphones, toilet facilities, and step-free access. Shelters and seating are available on both platforms; passengers should note that the toilets are located on Glasgow-bound platform 1.
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