A residential suburb of S Glasgow, Mosspark lies 2 miles (3 km) southwest of the city centre, to the southeast of Cardonald and west of the M77 motorway and Pollok Country Park. Established during the inter-war years, on land that was acquired by the city in 1909, Mosspark is characterised by low-density housing intended to alleviate Glasgow's urban congestion, following principles established by the English architect Raymond Unwin to create garden suburbs. Today, Mosspark has retained much of this character. It is served by Corkerhill Station, while Mosspark Station lies a half-mile (1 km) further west at South Cardonald.

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