Bearsden railway station :: Shared Description

The station was opened in 1863 by the Glasgow and Milngavie Junction Railway Company. It is one of the two original stations on the line, the other being the terminus at Milngavie. The station building is now a restaurant.

The line was electrified in 1959. There are regular direct services to Edinburgh, Motherwell and Lanark, used mostly by commuters.
by Thomas Nugent
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NS5471 : Bearsden railway station by Thomas Nugent
NS5471 : Bearsden railway station by Thomas Nugent
NS5471 : Bearsden railway station by Thomas Nugent
NS5471 : Bearsden railway station by Thomas Nugent
NS5471 : Bearsden railway station by Thomas Nugent
NS5471 : Bearsden railway station by Thomas Nugent
NS5471 : Bearsden railway station by Thomas Nugent
NS5471 : Bearsden railway station by Thomas Nugent
NS5471 : Water supply pipe at Bearsden railway station by Thomas Nugent
NS5471 : Bearsden railway station by Thomas Nugent
NS5471 : Drymen Road, Bearsden by Thomas Nugent
NS5471 : Bearsden railway station by Thomas Nugent
NS5471 : Bearsden railway station by Thomas Nugent
NS5471 : Bearsden railway station by Thomas Nugent
NS5471 : Water supply pipe at Bearsden railway station by Thomas Nugent
NS5471 : Bridge maker's plate by Thomas Nugent
NS5471 : Station Road Bearsden by Thomas Nugent
NS5471 : Bearsden railway station by Thomas Nugent


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Created: Wed, 2 Oct 2013, Updated: Wed, 30 Oct 2013

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