Glasgow Green railway station
|Glasgow Green railway station in 2008|
|Original company||Glasgow Central Railway|
|1 November 1895||Opened|
|1 January 1917||Closed as a Wartime economy measure|
|1 June 1919||Reopened|
|2 November 1953||Closed|
|Disused railway stations in the United Kingdom|
|Closed railway stations in Britain
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The station was opened on 1 November 1895 and closed on 1 January 1917. It reopened on 1 June 1919 and closed again on 2 November 1953. The station then sat unused on the Argyle Line of the Glasgow suburban railway network, with no plans to reopen and its platforms removed. The lettering of the station name was in the same style of other Caledonian Stations, most notably on the main canopy of Glasgow Central.
On 20 March 2012, what remained of the station's façade (the southern and western walls, their windows and doorways bricked up) was demolished. Network Rail cited public safety as the reason, claiming the façade had become unsafe after sustaining storm damage.
- "Turner Prize winner Douglas Gordon's mural destroyed". BBC News (BBC). 20 March 2012. Retrieved 2 September 2012.
|Preceding station||Historical railways||Following station|
Glasgow Central Railway
Line open; station closed
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