Former Glasgow St Enoch to Greenock Princes Pier railway
- Glasgow St Enoch station (closed)
- Crossing The Clyde
- The Gorbals Area
- Main Street station (closed)
- Cumberland Street station (closed)
- Bellahouston station (closed)
- Dumbreck Station
- Corkerhill Depot
- Corkerhill station
- Mosspark Station
- Crookston station
- Hawkhead Station
- Paisley Canal station
- Former Paisley Canal station
- Elderslie station
- Houston and Crosslee station
- Bridge of Weir station
- Bridge of Weir to Kilmacolm
- Kilmacolm station
- Kilmacolm to Port Glasgow
- Upper Port Glasgow to the Greenock boundary
- Greenock boundary to Lynedoch station
- Central Greenock
- Princes Pier
From 1959, the line closed to passengers in stages from the Greenock end, but a passenger service to Kilmacolm ran from Glasgow Central (after St Enoch closed in 1966) to Kilmacolm until 1983. The track was then lifted from Kilmacolm to Paisley where the line still served a fuel depot for Glasgow Airport. At the Greenock end, Princes Pier became Greenock Container Terminal (now Greenock Ocean Terminal) and part of the line was re-opened in 1971 for container trains, joining the Glasgow-Wemyss Bay line at Cartsburn East Junction in the east end of Greenock. That section of line is now disused and overgrown, but the track is still in place although the points at Cartsburn have been removed.
A Diesel Multiple Unit (DMU) passenger service to Paisley Canal was reinstated in 1990. The line was electrified in late 2012. Most of the remainder of the line now forms part of the National Cycle Network Route 75.
The elevated approaches to the station can be seen in these two 1967 views of Stockwell Street.
There has been much talk about using this bridge to create a "crossrail" link between the north and south (effectively Queen Street and Glasgow Central) passenger lines, but it has never progressed beyond talk. Perhaps the new Glasgow Airport Rail Link, due to open in 2011, will help bring this to fruition (note: GARL was abandoned in 2009). Such a link would also improve links between Edinburgh, Dundee and Aberdeen and the towns south and west of Glasgow.
Look out for Crookston Castle which is just across the river, south of the station.
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