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There is no need to panic on the subway

There now follows a ranking of all stations on the Glasgow Subway. Criteria included station architecture, nearby points of interest, and access to other modes of transit.

  1. Hillhead: Provides access to the University of Glasgow and the Glasgow Botanic Gardens. Features a mural of the area by local writer and artist Alasdair Gray.
  2. Buchanan St: Interchange to Glasgow Queen Street, one of the two main railway stations in the city. Provides access to George Square, Glasgow City Chambers, the Buchanan St shopping district, and the University of Strathclyde.
  3. St Enoch: Interchange to Glasgow Central, one of the two main railway stations in the city. Provides access to the St Enoch Centre shopping mall and the Argyle St shopping district.
  4. Cowcaddens: Provides access to the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, the Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow Caledonian University, and the Glasgow Chinatown.
  5. Kelvinhall: Provides access to the University of Glasgow and the Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Known as Partick Cross until 1977, shortly before the Partick station opened.
  6. Kelvinbridge: Provides access to Kelvingrove Park. Adjacent to the Great Western Bridge over the River Kelvin, which gave the station its name.
  7. Partick: Interchange to the Argyle and North Clyde lines of ScotRail. Provides access to Hamilton Crescent, site of the first international football match on SAT 30 NOV 1872, between Scotland and England, though the station itself opened more than a century later.
  8. St George’s Cross: Provides access to Firhill Stadium, home of Partick Thistle Football Club.
  9. Ibrox: Provides access to the Ibrox area and Ibrox Stadium, home of Rangers Football Club. An additional entrance is opened on match days. Known as Copland Rd until 1977.
  10. Cessnock: Provides access to the Glasgow Science Centre, the studios of BBC Scotland and STV, and the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre.
  11. Bridge St: Provides access to the Laurieston and Gorbals areas and the Citizens Theatre.
  12. Shields Rd: Provides access to the Pollokshields area and the Scotland Street School Museum.
  13. Govan: Interchange to the Govan bus station. Provides access to the Govan area. Known as Govan Cross until 1977.
  14. Kinning Park: Provides access to the Kinning Park area, reachable by a footbridge over the M8.
  15. West St: Provides access to the Tradeston area. Located in a former industrial area, but is no longer near any particular sites of interest; as a result, has the lowest annual ridership of any Glasgow station.

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