Glasgow Queen Street

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Glasgow Queen Street is a station in Glasgow that is the 3rd busiest station in Scotland after Glasgow Central and Edinburgh Waverley. Unlike them it is owned by First Scotrail and no other company has services there. It is the gateway to Scotlands main cities like Inverness, Aberdeen, Stirling and Edinburgh.

Platforms

1,2,3,4,5,6 and 7: Services to Oban, Fort Willam, Mallaig, Dunblane, Stirling, Alloa, Inverness, Aberdeen, Edinburgh Waverley and 1 peak service round the Fife Circle To Newcraighall.

8 and 9: Low Level services to Helensburgh Central, Balloch, Milngavie, Dalmuir, High Street, Cumbernauld, Airdrie and Edinburgh Waverley.

In 2003 a Virgin West Coast Class 220 came on a test run to Queen Street. Afterwards it ran back to Carstairs and into Polmadie.

The Rolling Stock Mainly Found In Glasgow Queen Street Are:

High Level(Platforms 1-7)- Class 156s, Class 158s And Class 170s

Low Level (Platforms 8 And 9)- Class 318, Class 320 And Class 334