|Location|| Tollcross, Glasgow |
|Original company||Glasgow Central Railway|
|1 February 1897||Opened as Tollcross|
|5 October 1964||Closed|
Tollcross station was a railway station in the east end of Glasgow, Scotland. It was opened by the Caledonian Railway as Tollcross on 1 February 1897.
Located next to the settlements of Braidfauld and Auchenshuggle between the London Road and Tollcross Road arterial routes, it was closed to passengers on 5 October 1964.The lines have also been removed, but the land has not been built upon into the 21st century.
|Preceding station||Historical railways||Following station|
| Carmyle |
Line closed; station open on other lines
| Glasgow Central Railway |
| Parkhead Stadium |
Line and Station closed
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