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Report - Glasgow Botanic Gardens Underground Station March 2011

Discussion in 'Underground Sites' started by kebab1701, Apr 15, 2011.

  1. kebab1701

    kebab1701 28DL Full Member
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    A visit to another site that has had alot of coverage in the past such as from bikedaft most recently. The station opened in 1896 and the station closed permanently in 1939. The main building to the station burned down in the 70s and there are only small traces to the station from the topside with many people not even aware of its existence.

    The pictures are stills from a video I made which can be viewed here:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCJnCuT8u00

    The view back from along the platform.
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    There was alot of plant life down here, I wonder what could be uncovered under the mud with a little bit of digging.
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    The stairs led up to the original entrance which is now closed off.
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    Lots of graffiti as well down here:
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    Some graffiti here as well:
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    Water now sitting where the tracks used to lie:
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    The usual flying rats were in force down here:
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    This one wanted to sit by himself.
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