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Travelled from Glasgow Central to Rugby and booked assistance for my wife who has difficulty walking. We were taken by buggy along platform and were escorted to our seats and our luggage stowed away 30 minutes before journey. Other passengers came on 15 minutes before...More
One of the better mainline stations. Great building with iconic clock. Plenty of shops , cafes and bars. Staff very friendly and knowledgeable. Low level station not quite of the same standard. Only negative, cost of using the toilets.
Shops such as w.h Smith's, marks Spencer,gift shops, take aways, toilets to freshen up, refreshments bar,first class lounges, left luggage lockers, plenty ticket machines, ticket office for virgin trains,
We left Glasgow, Scotland heading to Burnley in England departing from this station.
In the centre of Glasgow, not easy to find parking outside and no designated parking that we could find? The station itself however, was clean and we could easily access the departure...More
Tour of a station? Eh? Trains go in and out and passengers get on and off. How boring is that? WRONG!
We met our informative and witty guide Paul Lyons on the concourse, donned orange jackets and descended. We followed forgotten tunnels, saw where the...More
This was a very interesting tour of the hidden side of the station made better by a very by a great guide Paul. I have used the station for many years but never realised how complex it was. And how complex its history
Retirement has allowed us to visit places we never had the time to do before . Having passed through the station as a passenger over many years, we decided to join a tour of Glasgow Central in November 2018. It was fascinating to see some...More
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It is 24.6 miles from Glasgow Central Station to the ocean terminal in Greenock. You could take a taxi from the front of Glasgow Central and on a good day it would take about 35 minutes but would be cost... More
It is 24.6 miles from Glasgow Central Station to the ocean terminal in Greenock. You could take a taxi from the front of Glasgow Central and on a good day it would take about 35 minutes but would be cost prohibitive. I would take the train from Glasgow Central to Greenock - 57 min and decidedly cheaper.