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Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Glasgow Subway

The Glasgow Subway in Glasgow, Scotland, opened in 1896, making it the third oldest subway in the world after the London Underground and the Budapest Metro.

Glasgow Subway, Glasgow, Scotland


The Glasgow Subway is a 10.5km circuit of 15 stations taking 24 minutes to complete. The circuit runs north and south of the River Clyde.

There are two lines: an Outer Circle running clockwise and an Inner Circle running anti-clockwise. The Glasgow Subway runs from 6.30am to 11.45pm Monday to Saturday and 10am to 6.12pm on Sunday.

The 15 stations on the Glasgow subway are Bridge Street, Buchanan Street, Cessnock, Cowcaddens, Govan, Hillhead, Ibrox, Kelvinhall, Kelvinbridge, Kinning Park, Partick, Shields Road, St. Enoch, St. George's Cross and West Street. Some of the stations have free WiFi.

A single ticket to anywhere on the network is presently £1.60 with the Smartcard fare £1.40.

Glasgow Subway Map, Scotland
Glasgow Subway Map copyright SPT

Glasgow Subway
Strathclyde Partnership for Transport
Consort House
12 West George Street
Glasgow G2 1HN
Telephone: 0141 332 6811

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