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Bridgeton: One Glasgow 'Coronation' tram glimpsed from another on 4th August 1962, a month before the system was finally closed down. By this time only route 9 remained operational, between Dalmuir ...
Glasgow Corporation Tramways
Frank Spaven Collection (Courtesy David Spaven) [04/08/1962] Ref: 38853


Bridgeton: Bridgeton, Rutherglen platforms.
Glasgow Central Railway
Ewan Crawford [//1987] Ref: 7759


Bridgeton: Bridgeton looking to Glasgow Central. Disused Carmyle route island platform out of sight to right.
Glasgow Central Railway
Ewan Crawford [//1987] Ref: 7760


Bridgeton: 314 209 seen at Bridgeton in September 1998 on a service to Coatbridge Central, as a bus passes the station entrance on London Road heading for the city centre.
Glasgow Central Railway
David Panton [11/09/1998] Ref: 22237


Bridgeton: Looking east toward the tunnel. The Supports hold London Road above.
Glasgow Central Railway
Colin Harkins [29/01/2006] Ref: 10881


Bridgeton: Looking west from the mouth of the tunnel toward the present day station. The Supports hold London Road above.
Glasgow Central Railway
Colin Harkins [29/01/2006] Ref: 10882


Bridgeton: Looking west toward the present day station. Notice the track bed still visible plus the orginal refuges and original tiles
Glasgow Central Railway
Colin Harkins [29/01/2006] Ref: 10883


Bridgeton: Under London Road, not many people are aware of this location. Note the partly infilled platform
Glasgow Central Railway
Colin Harkins [29/01/2006] Ref: 13491