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Glasgow Queen Street: temporary changes

As part of ongoing work to redevelop Glasgow Queen Street station, on Monday 28 May the waiting room will change location and move onto the corner of the main concourse. This temporary waiting room will be available ahead of the start of morning service and is situated underneath the main departure board and adjacent to the ticket machines and left luggage. Further details of changes on our Glasgow Queen Street page.

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