Springburn railway station is used by the little community of the same name just a little north of Glasgow city centre. It was opened in the second half of the 20th century by the City of Glasgow Union Railway along the Bellgrove goods line and was designed by the famous engineer James Carswell. Several years later, passenger trains started passing through and it became a busy commuter station. Today, the station and the trains that pass through are managed by Abellio ScotRail. There are four platforms, two of which are used as terminuses and the original station buildings which has now received category B listed status. Tickets can either be bought at the ticket office which opens between Mondays and Saturdays or the self-service machines. There are up to three direct services an hour to Glasgow Central in 6 to 14 minutes depending on the number of stops.
When you step off onto the platform of Springburn railway station, you’ll be just a few minutes’ walk from the Glasgow Kelvin College. Alternatively, if you’re after a little retail therapy, try the Springburn Shopping Centre which is packed with high-street brands and eateries.
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