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Written by Ewan Tait - 05 Jan 2004
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Location notes
Hyndland station is a suburban station in Glasgow's west end about 3 miles outside of Glasgow Queen Street station.
Railway type and traffic
Hyndland is served by a large number of services running between Milngavie / Helensburgh / Balloch / Dalmuir and Airdrie / Drumgelloch / Motherwell / Lanark. During the day time there are about 12 trains an hour in each direction. These services are operated by 318, 320 and 334 type electric multiple units.
Freight is extremely rare.

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Glasgow suburban station - not recommended after dark.
Road directions
Accessible from Great Western Road (A82), but traffic in Glasgow tends to be pretty bad. Public transport is recommended.

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Hyndland Station map co-ordinates
There is no station car park, but the station is in a residential area so it should be possible to park in the nearby streets. However, driving in Glasgow's West End isn't always recommended because of the amount of traffic.
Public transport
Easily accessible from central Glasgow by train
Timetable - Adobe Acrobat format

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Hyndland Station

Googly map
Streetmap links
Hyndland Station general view map
Hyndland Station close up map

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Hyndland Station

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Photographic notes
The station is an island platform on a curve which I find gives some interesting photos. Most vantages tend to be between trees and OHLE so it's more suited to stills rather than video photography.
Links to photographs at this location

Ewan's Photos - Hyndland
Ian's Railway Photos - Hyndland

General views - All photographs © Ewan Tait unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking north

Fig 1 - Looking north

South end of the station looking away from Glasgow

Fig 2 - Looking south

Fig 2 - Looking south

South end of the station looking towards Glasgow

Fig 3 - Looking north

Fig 3 - Looking north

From the north end of the station through the trees

Fig 4 - Looking south

Fig 4 - Looking south

View from the north end of the station of the rear of a Glasgow bound unit.

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