Located in the Bridgeton district of Glasgow, Bridgeton train station is on the Argyle Line and is managed by Abellio ScotRail. It is a journey of 4 minutes from Glasgow Central and 29 minutes from Dalmuir. In the other direction, direct services to Motherwell take as little as 32 minutes.
Several small shops are located near the station, and the historic Olympia Theatre façade sits opposite. The station itself consists of two platforms with seats and shelters, accessed via steps and a covered footbridge. Tickets can be purchased in the staffed ticket hall.
Bridgeton train station originally existed from 1895 to 1964, when it was closed and the lines were removed. It eventually reopened in 1979 to offer regular services for commuters travelling into Glasgow Central and out to the western areas of the city. Four trains an hour depart from Bridgeton in each direction on weekdays; Sunday services are slightly reduced.
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