Talk: Glasgow’s Railway Stations

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Wednesday 6th March 2019 | 6-8pm | St Luke’s

Glasgow’s railway stations are major landmarks in the city, and each has its unique features, atmosphere and character.  As Queen Street – one of our major stations – undergoes a transformative regeneration project, Professor John Hume will join us to talk of stations past and present.

Professor Hume is GCHT’s Patron and has published a wide range of books and articles on the industrial archaeology and historic buildings of Scotland, including Glasgow Stations with Colin Johnstone, which traces the history of Glasgow stations from the earliest stations to the present day including suburban stations, the underground routes through the city centre and the unique Glasgow Subway.

Image: Professor John Hume

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