Shettleston railway station is used by the district of Shettleston just a few miles east of Glasgow city centre along the North Clyde Line. It was opened in the late-19th century by the North British Railway and later became a junction when freighter services commenced. In 2010, the station received signage with the Gaelic name "Baile Nighean Sheadna" and in 2011, a new footbridge was built to connect the two platforms. Facilities include a ticket office which opens between Mondays and Saturdays, a waiting shelter, bench seating and digital passenger information displays. The station and the trains that pass through are managed by Abellio ScotRail. Getting into the city centre is a breeze on one of the several trains an hour direct to Glasgow Queen Street in 10 minutes. You’ll also find an hourly direct service to Edinburgh (Waverley) in 1 hour 10 minutes.
When you step off at Shettleston, you’ll be a stone’s throw away from several green spaces including Budhill Park and Greenfield Park.
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