Central Station in Glasgow
The station was opened in 1879 and was extended further between 1901-1906.
The entrance features ornate ironwork.
Seven pillars support the glazed porte-cochere arcade with the travel centre behind
and the stone edifice of the Central Hotel rising above.
The station won National Rail Awards Major Station of the Year 2005
and National Rail Awards Station of the Year 1999
as well as the National Railway Heritage Awards 25th Anniversary Principal Station 2004.
Over 34 million people visit the station each year.
Central Station Railway Bridge across Argylle Street - " The Highlandman's Umbrella "
Clock in Central Station
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