St George's Cross subway station
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Looking down the stairs from Great Western Road to St George's Cross Subway station.
|Location||Queens Cross & Woodlands, Glasgow
|Passengers||0.535 million annually enter/exit|
St George's Cross subway station serves the area of Woodside area of Glasgow, as well as Woodlands, and Queens Cross, Glasgow, in Scotland. The station name appears without an apostrophe on signs for no apparent reason.
It was opened in 1896 and comprehensively modernised in 1977-1980. The station still retains its original island platform configuration, though surface buildings were rebuilt prior to the 1977-1980 modernisation scheme, as part of a new road project.
This station recorded 580,000 boardings in the twelve months ending on 31 March 2005 .
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|Preceding station||Strathclyde Partnership for Transport||Following station|
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