Original Architect Unknown, 1848; Richard Shorter, 2013
Category B Listed
This is the oldest surviving railway station building in operation in Glasgow, recently refurbished by GBPT and a base for South West Community Cycles. Get a tour of this charming station and book free bike hire to explore the area!
Pollokshaws West Railway Station is important as the oldest surviving railway station building in operation in Glasgow. Recently refurbished by GBPT, now a base for South West Community Cycles.
Inspired by Scotrails Adopt a Station initiative, Glasgow Building Preservation Trust have developed Pollokshaws West Railway Station for a number of years with the restauration successfully completed in May 2013.
The buildings have been converted into a resource centre for South West Community Cycles providing affordable bike related services including cycle hire and repair, activities and an information centre.
Part of the Childrens Programme: Competitions running throughout the weekend. Prizes of free bike hire
Discover Glasgows Industrial Heritage: You will be guided through an industrial history of Glasgows oldest surviving railway station building from the official station opening on the 27th September 1848 all the way through to the present day. Present day re-use of station buildings housing co
Discover Green Glasgow: Cycling as an eco-friendly alternative transport method. We are providing free cycle hire for the full duration of Doors Open Day Week (Monday-Sunday), to travel between participating Doors Open Day venues and also to explore Pollok Park, one of Glasgows
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Sat & Sun 10am 5pm. Tours: 10am, 12noon, 2pm & 4pm; 3/4 hour. Meeting Point: Front entrance.
Limited Disabled Access
Roadside building-full disabled access with lift to upper floor;far side building-no disabled access only accessible by stairs
Nearest Train or Subway Station(s): Pollokshaws West
Parking: On Street Parking Available Free of Charge
Limited on site parking-4/5 Cars-Disabled Parking only
0141 632 7155