The interestingly named Crossmyloof railway station sits just south of central Glasgow in the neighbourhood of the same name. The original station building was removed in the ‘90s and a new bridge was constructed in 2006. In 2012, a Highland cow escaped from a nearby park and was found wandering along the tracks to Crossmyloof station where is was rescued. The station and the trains that pass through are managed and operated by Abellio ScotRail and runs along the Glasgow South Western Line. It’s a basic, unmanned station with facilities including shelters on both platforms, digital displays, passenger announcements, and small platform shelters. There are at least three services a day departing to Glasgow Central in just 6 minutes and two direct trains to Barrhead every hour through peak weekdays in just 16 minutes.
When you arrive in Crossmyloof, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the number of things to do nearby. During the sunny summers, you could take a walk around the well-kept Queen’s Park, swing by the 19th-century glasshouse to see the exotic flora and fauna, or score tickets for one of the matches at the Clydesdale Cricket Club.
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