The glasgow yoker and clydebank railway was a railway company that opened in 1882 giving a rail connection to shipyards and other industry that developed in what became clydebank at first it was a purely local line connecting only at stobcross with the north british railway . Gordon stansfield is the author of glasgow and dunbartonshires lost railways 400 avg rating 2 ratings 1 review published 2003 dumfries galloway. Glasgow is unique among british cities in that it has the largest rail network outside london at one time it had four very grand stations two of which have since disappeared the years up to the 1960s the heyday of the citys railways are captured in this book. Isbn 10 1840332352 glasgow and dunbartonshires lost railways title glasgow and dunbartonshires lost railways 24 hour response format paperback wolf beaded bookmark publishers will often change book or cd cover designs in a small number of cases the item dispatched may bear a different cover design from that advertised ebay. The glasgow and milngavie junction railway was a short locally promoted branch line built to connect the industrial town of milngavie with the main line railway network near glasgow scotland it opened in 1863
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