Glasgow Central Station Overview
Opened by the Caledonian Railway on 31 July 1879, Glasgow Central boasts a rich history. Discover what goes on behind the scenes at the station in this video made by ScotRail to celebrate the station's birthday.
Commonly Asked Questions About the Glasgow Central Station
How many platforms does Glasgow Central Station have?
Being one of the busiest and bigger railway terminals in the UK, Glasgow Central Station consists of 2 levels (high-level and low-level) and has 17 platforms including 2 on the lower level.
How many train stations are there in Glasgow?
Unlike many other cities, Glasgow has only 2 mainline railway stations, Queen Street Stations, which connects Glasgow with the North of Scotland, and Glasgow Central Station, which connects the city with the South and the rest of the UK.
What is Glasgow Central Station's opening hours?
The station operates from Monday to Saturday: 04:00 - 00:30, and on Sunday 07:00 - 00:30