Kelvinbridge subway station
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From the Park and Ride Car Park.
|Passengers||0.921 million annually enter/exit|
Kelvinbridge subway station serves the Woodlands, Woodside and Hillhead areas of Glasgow, Scotland. It is named after the bridge crossing the River Kelvin, next to the station. This station is one of the two serving Kelvingrove Park, the other being Kelvinhall.
The station retains the original island platform layout, and is by far the busiest station to retain this configuration.
The station is the deepest station in the network due to its close proximity to the River Kelvin, and was originally entered through a tenement block on South Woodside Road with access to Great Western Road via an external cast iron staircase descending from the eponymous bridge (shown to the right of the picture). Following modernisation, a purpose-built surface-level ticket hall has offered direct access to the new main entrance on Great Western Road via a glass-enclosed escalator (centre of picture behind the station building).
The former station entrance is now the emergency exit from today's station, the emergency exit being marked by red doors at the bottom of the iron staircase, and "keep clear" signs.
|Preceding station||Strathclyde Partnership for Transport||Following station|
|Hillhead||Glasgow Subway||St George's Cross|
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