Operated by ScotRail, Gourock train station is a three-platform station that was built in 1889 at Gourock pierhead in Scotland. The Inverclyde Line runs through this station, and it serves the local town and ferry services. It was originally opened to serve all the passengers that were coming to board the steamers, as Greenock Central station was too far from the quay.
The demolition of part of the old Gourock station started in the 1980s, and in 2006 a portable ticket office was set up to replace the ticket office that had been closed. Development works began soon after to renovate the station, and the new station was completed in 2010. Gourock station now has toilets and better waiting facilities, with roughly 400,000 passengers travelling through it each year. It is now fully staffed throughout the week and also has self-service ticket machines and step-free access coverage. There are 4 trains every hour to and from Glasgow Central every day except Sunday when there is limited service.
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