Future engineering work

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Amended services to / from Drumry from Sunday 23 January to Saturday 11 June

Start date
23/01/2022 
End date
11/06/2022 
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ScotRail services to / from Drumry

 
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Engineering work is taking place at Drumry station, closing parts of the station from Sunday 23 January until Saturday 11 June.

From Sunday 23 January to Saturday 2 April:

Platform 1 at Drumry will be closed for engineering works. Trains that run towards Glasgow will not call at Drumry, whilst trains running from Glasgow will run as normal.

If you are travelling Eastbound to Drumry, you should change at Drumchapel for a train running from Glasgow, which will call at Drumry. 

If you are travelling Eastbound from Drumry, you should catch a train from Drumry to Singer, and change at Singer for trains towards Glasgow.

From Sunday 3 April to Saturday 11 June:

Platform 2 at Drumry will be closed for engineering works. Trains that run from Glasgow will not call at Drumry, whilst trains running towards Glasgow will run as normal.

If you are travelling Westbound to Drumry, you should change at Singer for a train running from Glasgow, which will call at Drumry. 

If you are travelling Westbound from Drumry, you should catch a train from Drumry to Drumchapel, and change at Drumchapel for trains towards Glasgow.

If you are unable to make these changes, please use the station help points for further travel assistance.

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