The Maryhill Line is a suburban railway line linking Glasgow and Anniesland via Maryhill in Scotland. It is part of the Strathclyde Partnership for Transport network. The line between Glasgow and Maryhill forms a part of the West Highland Line and was re-opened to stopping passenger services in 1993. In 2005 it was extended to Anniesland via a new station at Kelvindale in the north west of the city.
The route serves the following places:
The Maryhill line runs on the formations of the following historic railways:
Maryhill Line services connect with the Argyle and North Clyde Lines at Anniesland station, where the Maryhill Line terminates in a bay platform built as part of the extension from Maryhill.
The line is not electrified. Passenger services are operated by First ScotRail using Class 156, Class 158 and Class 170 diesel multiple units.