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Timetable Glasgow Queen Street station
Time and track of the departure and arrival of the trains Glasgow Queen Street railway station. Real time trains.
Train to Glasgow
Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland. It is known for its interesting architecture and picturesque gardens. Glasgow is a great place to visit if you're interested in history, arts and culture. It has several museums, theaters and art galleries for you to tour. Many ships dock in Glasgow including cruise ships. If you're traveling by train to Glasgow from a large metropolitan city such as Manchester, you'll have many train times to choose from.
Many of these cities, including London, Edinburgh, Swansea, and Newcastle have trains going to Glasgow at least every hour. The city of Glasgow has nearly a couple of hundred train stations. However, long-distance trains typically arrive and depart from either the Glasgow Central Station and the Glasgow Queen Street Station.
Glasgow Queen Street is a passenger railway terminus serving the city centre of Glasgow, Scotland. It is the smaller of the city's two mainline railway terminals (the larger being Glasgow Central) and is the third busiest station in Scotland behind Central and Edinburgh Waverley.
It connects Glasgow with Edinburgh via the Glasgow–Edinburgh via Falkirk line and the North Clyde Line. Other significant connections include the West Highland Line for services to and from the Scottish Highlands, the Highland Main Line and Glasgow–Dundee line. The station is split into two levels with high level trains predominantly serving the Edinburgh shuttle and further afield destinations, while the low level platforms serve trains covering the Central Belt of Scotland.
The station is located between George Street to the south and Cathedral Street Bridge to the north and is at the northern end of Queen Street adjacent to George Square, Glasgow's major civic square. It is also a short walk from Buchanan Street, Glasgow's main shopping district and the location of Buchanan Street subway station, the closest connection to Queen Street for the Glasgow Subway network.