(or "The Subway")
(or "The Clockwork Orange")

The Glasgow Underground provides a convenient means of travelling from the City Centre to West End venues and several sites on the south of the River Clyde.

The original system was opened in 1896 but was modernised in the early 1980's. Its twin tunnels provide a circular service linking 15 stations in 24 minutes.

Monday to Saturday: Trains run every 4 minutes at peak times, every 6 minutes during the day and every 8 minutes in the evenings.

Sunday: Trains run every 8 minutes.

Park & Ride: Car Parking is available at Shields Road, West Street, Bridge Street and Kelvinbridge stations. An inclusive ticket covers the cost of parking plus a return journey on the Underground. All car parks are equipped with closed-circuit TV surveillance.

Heritage Trail: These tickets include one day's unlimited travel (after 9am Monday to Friday and all day Saturday and Sunday and at any time on Public Holidays) on the Underground plus a special guide to 17 walks to interesting and historic buildings which can be reached from Underground stations.

The Heritage Trail can be obtained from the Travel Centres at St Enoch or Hillhead Stations and from the Tourist Information Centre at 11 George Square, Glasgow.


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