Cowcaddens subway station

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Location Cowcaddens, Glasgow
Coordinates 55°52′06″N 4°15′33″W / 55.86833°N 4.25917°W / 55.86833; -4.25917Coordinates: 55°52′06″N 4°15′33″W / 55.86833°N 4.25917°W / 55.86833; -4.25917
Operated by SPT
Platforms 2
Structure type underground
Other information
Fare zone G
Passengers 0.478 million annually enter/exit[citation needed]

Cowcaddens subway station serves the Cowcaddens area of Glasgow, Scotland. It is located on the north side of the city centre and is served by the Glasgow Subway.


It was opened in 1896 and comprehensively modernised between 1977 and 1980, including the construction of a new surface-level ticket hall and the addition of escalators. Nevertheless, the station retained its original island platform configuration.

Nearby places:

There are 500,000 boardings a year at this station.[1]

Preceding station   Strathclyde Partnership for Transport   Following station
St George’s Cross   Glasgow Subway   Buchanan Street