Queen Street, Glasgow

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Gallery of Modern Art and Royal Exchange Square viewed from the intersection of Queen Street and Ingram Street.

Queen Street is one of the major thoroughfares in the city of Glasgow, UK. The street runs north from Argyle Street until it reaches George Square, running parallel to nearby Buchanan Street. Several local landmarks are located on this street including Royal Exchange Square, with the Gallery of Modern Art at the junction with Ingram Street.[1] George Square is at the northern end of the street as is Queen Street Station, the second busiest railway station in Glasgow.

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  1. ^ "Gallery of Modern Art Glasgow : GoMA". Glasgow Architecture. Retrieved 12 April 2012.