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Drumry Railway Station


(Druim Rìgh)

A railway station in West Dunbartonshire, Drumry (known as Druim Rìgh in Gaelic) lies between Drumry and Linnvale, a half-mile (1 km) east northeast of the centre of Clydebank, close to the boundary with Glasgow City. It was opened in 1953 by the British Railways Board to serve housing schemes built on the edge of Clydebank following the Second World War. Now operated by ScotRail and situated on both the Argyle Line and the North Clyde Line, Drumry Station is staffed part-time. It is used by around 250,000 passengers annually (2016). Drumry is preceded by Drumchapel Railway Station, a mile (1.5 km) to the east, and followed by Singer, a similar distance to the west northwest.


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