The station is on the south side of the traffic-free section of West Street. Scotland Street runs northwest from the beginning of the traffic-free section of West Street, defining a triangular forecourt outside the station. The mainline railway bridge crosses West Street a few metres west of the station, beyond the scope of this survey.
The station has one entrance/exit leading south from the forecourt. The forecourt has flower beds and bike racks (on the west side). This forecourt is the traffic-free portion of West Street plus the triangular space between it and Scotland Street.
We found no pedestrian controlled road crossings within the scope of this survey.
We found no bus stops within the scope of this survey.
wall of car park on left|
row of head high posts on right
wall of station building
fire exit from station
entrance to station
wall continues under mainline railway bridge
WEST STREET STATION
© 2005, Terry Robinson
This guide is sponsored by
Strathclyde Passenger Transport
to whom we extend our sincere thanks.