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Tag Archives: kelvindale
At this week’s KCC meeting ScotRail gave us a very comprehensive report on what’s happening during the closure of Queen Street station next year. The high level station will be closed between 20 March & 8 August. Many main line … Continue reading
Network Rail are holding a drop-in meeting in Kelvindale next Tuesday 11 August between 4-7pm at Kelvindale Bowling Club, 91a Baronald Drive. This is to give details of the disruption to the Queen Street – Anniesland line during electrification works … Continue reading
Ken Windsor was at the Network Rail drop in meeting on the 14th, and reports back: I have the new timetables, the print of which is far too small to scan in and send. I will put them up on … Continue reading
Scotrail may now have persuaded drivers to work on a Sunday, but there are more Sunday closures on the Kelvindale line coming anyway, as a result of major engineering works. There will be buses running instead on Sundays from 8 … Continue reading
The Sunday service to Kelvindale station is being replaced by a bus due to a shortage of drivers. Given the trouble we have hanging on to a bus service this is ironic, isn’t it? Details on the Scotrail website here.
As if the Winchburgh tunnel isn’t enough, the high level of Queen Street station will be closed from 20 March to 8 August next year, with knock-on effects for our line to Kelvindale station. Expect to hear more about this … Continue reading
On Sunday afternoon Burlington Avenue will be traffic free!
There’s advance notice of some pretty major rail disruption that will affect the Kelvindale line, in this piece from the Evening Times.
The Baton will make its way along Great Western Road as part of the Jordanhill Relay at 11.10am (you might recognise a certain Chair of the Community Council running with it at Anniesland Cross), and it will travel between Maryhill … Continue reading