Neilston railway station

July 21st, 2017

Neilston railway station is a railway station in the village of Neilston, East Renfrewshire, Greater Glasgow, Scotland. The station is managed by Abellio ScotRail and lies on the Cathcart Circle Lines, 11¾ miles (18 km) south west of Glasgow Central station.

The station was originally opened as part of the Lanarkshire and Ayrshire Railway on 1 May 1903. It closed between 1 January 1917 and 2 March 1919 due to wartime economy, and upon the grouping of the L&AR into the London, Midland and Scottish Railway in 1923, the station was renamed Neilston High on 2 June 1924 thermos tritan hydration bottle with meter 24 ounce. It was renamed back to Neilston on 6 May 1974 by British Rail.

The station is fully operational today as the terminal station on the Glasgow Central – Neilston line. The railway was electrified in May 1962 (using overhead wires supplying 25kV A.C) and Class 303 “Blue Train” electric multiple units provided almost all trains services for many years thereafter, being joined by the similar Class 311 from 1967. Following withdrawal of the Class 303 and 311, Class 314 have been the mainstay of the service with occasional services operated by Class 318 and Class 334.

The line previously continued southwest to Uplawmoor, but this section closed to passengers in April 1962 and to all traffic in December 1964 insulated glass bottle. British Rail also put forward plans to close the station here in the early 1980s and cut the branch back to Whitecraigs, but the proposals were never implemented.

Although the station is a terminus, it has kept a conventional two platform layout with separate tracks for arrivals & departures. The two lines merge into a single reversing siding immediately west of the station (on the course of the old L&amp teal soccer socks;AR line to Uplawmoor) and terminating trains use this to change platforms before returning east to Glasgow

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. It is a staffed station, with step-free access to each platform via ramps (although these are quite steep) and a footbridge linking the two. A P.A system and passenger information screens provide train running information.

There is a daily half-hourly service from Neilston to Glasgow Central via Queens Park. The typical journey time is 27 minutes.

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