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Written by Steven Fraser - 24 Mar 2008
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Location notes
Singer Station is located in the town named 'Clydebank' it has two stations; one being Singer Station and the other, at the bottom of Clydebank, called 'Clydebank Singer' named after the sowing factory.
Railway type and traffic
This station is served by First Scotrail class 318,320,334 with express class 156s to and from the West Highland Line.

These times are summer 2007 ones:

For the West Highland Line, platform 2, westbound.
Times- 08:36, 09:04, 10:36, 12:53, 18:37
The Caledonian Sleeper passes at approximately 05:55.

From the West Highland Line, Eastbound.
Weekdays stopping one 08.06 from Arrochar, Express-11:07, 15:25, 15:57, 21:07
The Caledonian Sleeper passes at approximately 23:55

Trains stopping here are at 00, 03, 18, 30, 33, 45, 48 past the hour going to Dalmuir, Larkhall, Airdrie.

Freight, usually class 66 with the odd class 37, for the West Highland Line at around 09:25(ish) westbound. Returning eastbound 22:30(ish)
Link to Real Time Trains
RTT Link Singer Station
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This is a, generally, safe station although near a pub. As with all locations please be vigilant at all times.
Road directions
Basically find Clydebank shopping centre, which is well signposted, and if you see Clydebank station look straight up the hill and you will see Singer station next to Clydebank buisness park on Kilbowie road.

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Singer Station map co-ordinates
There is a station car park.
Public transport
Most buses that go to bottom of Clydebank pass the station:
62, 66, 40, 42a, 81 ,200 ,217.

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There is a chip shop up the road, the station shop opens early, from about 05:00 to 17:00. At the local shopping centre you can find most things.
There are b&bs up the road next to Clydebank health centre.
Sun Compass
Sun Compass using Suncalc by brought to you by Vladimir Agafonkin:
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Singer Station

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Singer Station general view map
Singer Station close up map

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Photographic notes
A brilliant view on a curve and a straight with a limit of 60mph through the station.

General views - All photographs © Steven Fraser unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking west

Fig 1 - Looking west

Fig 2 - Looking west

Fig 2 - Looking west

Fig 3 - Looking east

Fig 3 - Looking east

Fig 4 - Looking east

Fig 4 - Looking east

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