Dalmuir Railway Station

(Dalmuir Park Station, An Dail Mhòr)

The busiest of the four railway station in Clydebank in West Dunbartonshire, Dalmuir (known in Gaelic as An Dail Mhòr) is located a mile (1.8 km) northwest of the town centre. The first Dalmuir Station opened in 1858 on the Glasgow, Dumbarton and Helensburgh Railway, approximately 250m / 275 yards to the east southeast. The station was rebuilt at its present location in 1897 to additionally serve the extended Glasgow, Yoker and Clydebank Railway. Known as Dalmuir Park between 1952 and 1973, it is now operated by ScotRail and serves as an interchange between three railway lines; namely the Argyle Line, the North Clyde Line and the West Highland Line. It is staffed part-time and was used by more than 900,000 passengers in 2016. Dalmuir is preceded by Clydebank Railway Station, 1¼ miles (2 km) to the southeast, and followed by Kilpatrick, a similar distance to the northwest.

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