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It is one of the two main railway stations in Glasgow, the other station is Queen Street train station. This station is a principal mainline terminus in Glasgow. This nearly 140 years old station is a busy station with long distance trains such as Virgin...More
Lived in Glasgow all our days and only recently heard about this tour so thought we'd give it a go. The tour, in our view, is still in its infancy and lasts about an hour or so. However, it was excellent and we would have...More
Myself, husband & friends did this tour yesterday, we weren’t sure what to expect as it’s a tour of the tunnels underneath the station but we thought something different, let’s give it a go. Well we were not disappointed. Paul the tour guide is a...More
Informative, funny & poignant. The tour was all the more touching in the week preceeding the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1 . We had heard the tour was interesting but it surpassed our expectations. This is a must for all Glaswegians & visitors...More
venture under the station to a little cafe with all the charm of yesteryears and you will be served a most hearty Scottish breakfast that will set you up for the day we return several times during our visit
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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.