Dalmuir railway station lies in the district of the same name in Clydebank in West Dunbartonshire just 10 miles or so west of Glasgow. It’s a busy station with five platforms that led off along the North Clyde Line, West Highland Line and Argyle Line. The station opened in the mid-19th century by the Glasgow, Dumbarton and Helensburgh Railway, though it was completely overhauled just before the turn of the 20th century by North British Railway. Between the ‘50s and ‘70s, it was known as Dalmuir Park before reverting to its original name. Today, the station and the trains that pass through are operated by Abellio ScotRail. Facilities include a footbridge connecting all the platforms, electronic displays, a passenger announcement system, shelters, bicycle racks, and a ticket office. During peak times, there are six to seven trains an hour departing to Glasgow Queen Street taking between 17 and 23 minutes. There are a similar number of direct departures to Dunbarton Central in 10 minutes.
When you disembark at Dalmuir, you’ll be just a stone’s throw away from the well-manicured Dalmuir Public Park where there is plenty of space for walks or the kids to play. If you’ve brought your clubs, you could also visit the park’s Dalmuir Municipal Golf Course.
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