West Street subway station

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West Street
Glasgow Underground.jpg
Location Tradeston, Glasgow
Coordinates 55°51′00″N 4°15′55″W / 55.85000°N 4.26528°W / 55.85000; -4.26528Coordinates: 55°51′00″N 4°15′55″W / 55.85000°N 4.26528°W / 55.85000; -4.26528
Operated by SPT
Platforms 2
Structure type underground
Other information
Fare zone G
Passengers 0.095 million annually enter/exit[citation needed]

West Street subway station serves the Tradeston area of Glasgow, Scotland. The station will become a major interchange if the Glasgow Crossrail is given the green light.

Left in an isolated industrial area by post-war reconstruction, it is the least busy station on the network with just 150,000 boardings in the 12 months to 31 March 2005.

West Street was one of the Park and Ride stations. However, on 16 February 2008,[1] the car park was closed as part of the M74 enabling works. The east side of Shields Road car park is closer to West Street than Shields Road.

West Street is one of the stations mentioned in Cliff Hanley's song The Glasgow Underground.[2]

Preceding station   Strathclyde Partnership for Transport   Following station
Bridge Street   Glasgow Subway   Shields Road
West Street subway station in 1966