Former Crow Road Railway Station

Former Crow Road Railway Station


Glasgow, United Kingdom (GB)
Crow Road Station was a railway station on the Lanarkshire and Dunbartonshire Railway in Scotland. The station opened 1st Ocotber 1896, closed its passenger services 6th November 1960 and most of the station was demolished in 1970.

What's left today:
In 1970 most the station was demolished to make room for a housing estate. The station buildings have all be demolished. The bridge that once carried Clarence Drive over the railway still stands, and under the bridge you can see the very few remains of the island platform and some of the pillars on the platform supporting the road bridge. Next to the station the railway went into a tunnel, and the tunnel can still be seen today, but blocked with a metal fence and gate.
Crow Road Station was a railway station on the Lanarkshire and Dunbartonshire Railway in Scotland. The station opened 1st Ocotber 1896, closed its passenger services 6th November 1960 and most of the station was demolished in 1970.

What's left today:
In 1970 most the station was demolished to make room for a housing estate. The station buildings have all be demolished. The bridge that once carried Clarence Drive over the railway still stands, and under the bridge you can see the very few remains of the island platform and some of the pillars on the platform supporting the road bridge. Next to the station the railway went into a tunnel, and the tunnel can still be seen today, but blocked with a metal fence and gate.
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Links: en.wikipedia.org, www.kilmeny.vispa.com
By: Drudii

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