Crosshill railway station is occupied in the southern Glasgow neighbourhood of Crosshill and sits alongside the Cathcart Circle Line. The station was opened in 1886, though it closed for several years over WWI. In 1923, the station was passed over to the London, Midland and Scottish Railway and then on to British Railways in the late ‘40s. Today, the station and the trains that pass through are operated by Abellio ScotRail. The two platforms are accessed via a staircase that lead down from street level. It is staffed with a small ticket office open during peak hours. Other facilities include digital screens, a passenger announcement system, and platform seating. During peak hours, there are up to five departures an hour to Glasgow Central in just 9 minutes and three per hour to Neilston in 21 minutes.
When you arrived in Crosshill, you could make a beeline for the nearby Queen’s Park made up of well-manicured lawns, ponds and nature walks. While you’re in the park, don’t miss the 19th-century Queen’s Park Glasshouse where you can see plenty of exotic flora and fauna.
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