Drumgelloch Railway Station

(Druim Gailleach)

Drumgelloch Railway Station (Gael: Druim Gailleach) is located at the western end of the re-opened Airdrie-Bathgate section of the North Clyde Line in North Lanarkshire, also known as the Airdrie-Bathgate Link. This station opened in 2010 on the site of the former Clarkston Station, between Clarkston and Dunrobin, a quarter-mile (0.5 km) east of the former Drumgelloch Station, which was built in 1989 at the end of a modest single-track easterly extension to the North Clyde Line. The original line to Bathgate had closed to passengers in 1956 and been lifted after freight service were withdrawn in 1982.

Now operated by ScotRail, Drumgelloch Railway Station is unstaffed and is used by 411,086 passengers per annum (2016-17), a figure which had grown by 30% over the preceding five years. It is preceded by Airdrie Railway Station, 1¼ miles (2 km) to the west, and followed by Caldercruix, 2¾ miles (4.5 km) to the east northeast.

Use the tabs on the right of this page to see other parts of this entry arrow

If you have found this information useful please consider making
a donation to help maintain and improve this resource. More info...

By using our site you agree to accept cookies, which help us serve you better