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Report - Crow Road Station & Tunnel- Glasgow- Mar 2014



Umbra

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Intro- Whilst in and around Hyndland I decided to check out Crow Road Station & the adjacent Tunnel. If I'm quite honest the effort required for the consequent rewards probably weren't worth it, however from the sole point of documentation it was most certainly worth a look. The southern portal backs onto what appears to be a nursery school and consequently has two lines of palisade fencing, at this point I decided to turn back towards the Northern Portal.

History- Crow Road railway station was located in Glasgow, Scotland and served the Broomhill and Hyndland areas of that city.
On the Lanarkshire and Dunbartonshire Railway it was located on the road from which it took its name and sat to the north of a tunnel which connected it with Partick West railway station. The line ran on to Kelvinside railway station. This route then went underneath the present day Hyndland railway station, which opened the day before Crow Road closed, on the present Argyle and North Clyde lines. Crow Road railway station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Crow Road station in 1958-
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The Photo's

The Original Bridge-
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British Rail Board Marker-
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Crow Road Station-
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Crow Road Tunnel, North Portal-
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Looking South towards Partick West
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Looking North towards Crow Road
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Looking South to Partick West
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