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Westbound connection[edit]

Paisley and Renfrew Railway
extract route map
Renfrew Road
Paisley Greenlaw Goods station(G&PJR)
Paisley Gilmour Street (G&PJR)

I thought that the P&RR allowed for direct running of trains to Greenlaw and Gilmour Street. Had a thought on how to depict this an have drawn a blank. --Stewart (talk) 22:09, 5 September 2007 (UTC)

The 1914 railway junctions diagrams, also confirmed by the 1896 1:2500 OS map, shows a direct link towards Glasgow and a separate link, which involves reversal, to Greenlaw & Gilmour St. The above diagram is, I believe accurate, if somewhat inelegant. If I'm reading the 1914 diagramme correctly there is both a Glasgow-bound G&PJR link to Greenlaw and a G&SWR link to the P&RR; and a reversing G&SWR (P&RR) link to Gilmour St.Pyrotec 08:04, 6 September 2007 (UTC)
This is my best interpretation of the 1914 route diagram.Pyrotec 08:42, 6 September 2007 (UTC)
Paisley and Renfrew Railway
extract route map
Renfrew Road
(G&PJR)

I think leaving it as it is is the best solution. --Stewart (talk) 15:51, 6 September 2007 (UTC)