Glasgow Central Station, 1955. In 1953, an average of 55,887 passengers used Central Station every day, travelling south and west of Glasgow and to Edinburgh via Holytown or to London Euston via the west coast of England. The Royal Scot was the most famous of the London services and departed from platforms 1 and 2.
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