Kelvinhall subway station

Kelvinhall subway station Kelvinhall is an underground station on the Glasgow Subway, renamed after the nearby Kelvin Hall. It is located in the West End of Glasgow, Scotland, near to many of the city's best known tourist destinations including: The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and MuseumKelvingrove ParkThe University of Glasgow There was previously a Kelvin Hall railway station, but it was unattached to the subway station, which was at any rate still known as Partick Cross at the time of that station's closure in 1964 as part of the Beeching axe.The station entrance is located off Dumbarton Road at the end of a narrow arcade of shops below flats.

The station retains its original island platform layout and has no escalators. The renovation work at Kelvinhall station during the 1977-1980 modernisation of the Subway was not as extensive as most of the other stations on the network: other than Cessnock, it is the only station to retain its original entrance and surface buildings, which would be virtually invisible from the street without the signage .Kelvinhall is one of the stations mentioned in Cliff Hanley's song The Glasgow Underground.

Operating as usual

Address

7 Dalcross Path
Glasgow
G11 5

Opening Hours

Monday 06:30 - 23:40
Tuesday 06:30 - 23:40
Wednesday 06:30 - 23:40
Thursday 06:30 - 23:40
Friday 06:30 - 23:40
Saturday 06:30 - 23:40
Sunday 10:00 - 18:12

Telephone

+441413326811

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