St Enoch Underground Station

Travel Centre (formerly underground entrance), St. Enoch Square
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Travel Centre (formerly underground entrance), St. Enoch Square

Located within St. Enoch Square and opened in 1896, the station serves Glasgow's Underground system, alternatively known as the Clockwork Orange because it is painted orange and goes round in circles!

The station was once entered through a small building constructed as the Glasgow Subway Company's Headquarters by James Miller (1860 - 1947) in a mix of Baronial and Jacobean styles. This building provided the station entrance until 1977 and is now the Glasgow's travel information centre, the station entrance having been improved to allow escalator access.

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