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Report - The Glasgow Underground

Discussion in 'Underground Sites' started by Dazzababes, Dec 5, 2006.

  1. Dazzababes

    Dazzababes 28DL Full Member
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    I was lucky enough to have a look behind the scenes of the Glasgow underground on Sunday, which included the Depot, Workshops and... walking through the tunnels. Highlight was seeing the remains of Glasgow's only lost station - Merkland St.
    Not strictly UE, but i thought some of you may be interested nonetheless.

    The workshop
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    Inspection Pits
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    Old rolling stock
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    The Depot
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    The control centre
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    Under the Clyde River
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    This part of the tunnel sustained bomb damage during WW2, hence the change from steel to brick
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    This is the remains of Merkland St station which was closed during the refurbishment in the 70s. It would have had a central platform and natural lighting from skylights above.
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