Langbank Railway Station

(A’ Bhruach Fhada)

A halt on the Inverclyde Line in Renfrewshire, Langbank Railway Station (referred to as A’ Bhruach Fhada in Gaelic) lies next to the southern shore of the Clyde, below the village. This station was built on the Glasgow, Paisley and Greenock Railway and opened with the line in 1841. It comprises two platforms linked by an overbridge. Now operated by ScotRail, Langbank Railway Station is unstaffed and is used by only 60,652 passengers per annum (2016-17). It is preceded by Woodhall Railway Station, 2¾ miles (4.5 km) to the west northwest, and followed by Bishopton, 3¾ miles (6 km) to the east southeast.

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