Maxwell Park railway station :: Shared Description

Reminiscent of the West Highland Line stations, Maxwell Park was opened by The Caledonian Railway Company in 1894 as part of their expansion into the south side of Glasgow.

The building closed in 1986 and was vandalised for ten years before being repaired by Railtrack after they failed to obtain permission to demolish the B Listed structure.

Glasgow Building Preservation Trust is currently investigating whether the building can be brought back into some kind of commercial use.
by Thomas Nugent
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NS5662 : Maxwell Park railway station by Thomas Nugent
NS5662 : Maxwell Park railway station by Thomas Nugent
NS5662 : Maxwell Park railway station by Thomas Nugent
NS5662 : Maxwell Park railway station by Thomas Nugent
NS5662 : Maxwell Park railway station by Thomas Nugent
NS5662 : Maxwell Park railway station by Thomas Nugent
NS5662 : Maxwell Park railway station by Thomas Nugent
NS5662 : Maxwell Park railway station by Thomas Nugent
NS5662 : Maxwell Park railway station by Thomas Nugent
NS5662 : Maxwell Park railway station by Thomas Nugent
NS5662 : Maxwell Park railway station by Thomas Nugent
NS5662 : Electronic noticeboard at Maxwell Park railway station by Thomas Nugent


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Created: Fri, 8 Jan 2010, Updated: Mon, 20 Oct 2014

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