Kinning Park subway station

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Kinning Park
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Exterior view of Kinning Park Subway station.
Station statistics
Address Kinning Park, Glasgow
Scotland
Coordinates 55°51′03″N 4°17′17″W / 55.85083°N 4.28806°W / 55.85083; -4.28806Coordinates: 55°51′03″N 4°17′17″W / 55.85083°N 4.28806°W / 55.85083; -4.28806
Structure type underground
Platforms 2
Other information
Operator SPT
Fare zone G
ZoneCard in use
Traffic
Passengers () 0.237 million annually enter/exit

Kinning Park subway station serves the Kinning Park area of Glasgow, Scotland. However, to reach Kinning Park, a footbridge is provided across the M8.

It was opened in 1896 and comprehensively modernised in 1977-1980. The station retains its original island platform configuration.

Kinning Park station is the shallowest of the Subway system.

The station is lightly used and recorded only 240,000 boardings in the 12 months ending March 2005.[1]

New ticket gates came into Operation on 10 July 2013

Preceding station   Strathclyde Partnership for Transport   Following station
Shields Road   Glasgow Subway   Cessnock