Charing Cross Glasgow train station was opened in 1886 by the Glasgow City and District Railway, the first underground railway in Scotland. Charing Cross Glasgow station is sometimes confused with the more well known London station with the same name. It’s a popular Glasgow station for commuters travelling into the nearby financial district of the city. This station offers direct ScotRail trains to Glasgow International Airport, taking passengers straight to the airport in just 36 minutes. It takes just 15 minutes to walk to the centre of Glasgow from Charing Cross Glasgow station. For those passengers hoping to save time, a train from here can reach the central Queen Street Station in just 2 minutes.
Things to do near Charing Cross Glasgow train station include wandering through Sauchiehall Street, one of the most bustling shopping streets in Glasgow, or catching a show at the popular King’s Theatre. The station is also walking distance to the Mitchell Library, known to be one of the largest public libraries in Europe and a famous landmark in Glasgow. Useful facilities at the station include a waiting room, toilets, and ATM and a newsagent. The staff is part-time here, but self-service ticket machines are always available.
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