The station is located between Dumbarton Road (to the south) and Dalcross Street (to the north), on the west side of an alley joining the two.
There's one entrance/exit onto the west side of the alley.
A sounder indicates when the junction is safe to cross. There’s tactile paving and rotating cones at all crossings around this junction. There are railings along the kerb around this junction, with gaps at the crossing points.
This is a single-stage crossing with tactile paving on each side. As you cross to the east, the post with push button and rotating cone is some distance to your left with the railings in front of you. When crossing towards the west, the post is some distance to your right, with the railings in front of you.
The posts are east of the crossing, that is to your left as you cross towards the south, again some distance east of the tactile paving.
This is blocked to traffic with bollards along the left-hand edge of the pavement.
The post is to your right, beside the edge of the tactile paving, as you cross in either direction.
The post is to your right, beside the edge of the tactile paving as you cross in either direction.
We found no bus stops within the scope of this survey.
As you move west, (away from Byres Road) on the north side of Dumbarton Road, you pass shops on your right, then a wide passage leading north from Dumbarton Road towards the station.
shop window |
door to Sense Scotland
blank wall |
The passage beers left, up a slight slope, then right again, to become an open path continuing north between the wall of a tenement building on the left (west) and an open space to your right. The slope steepens just before you reach the pavement of Dalcross Street, running east/west.
This guide is sponsored by
Strathclyde Partnership for Transport
to whom we extend our sincere thanks.
© 2017, Kirin Saeed & Clive Lever