Glasgow Central station
is one of two large terminuses in Glasgow. It was built in
1879 on a level above the surrounding streets. It was
tastefully restored, retaining many of the architectural features,
in the late 1900s.
This view looks down the
platform towards two rows of large Victorian columns supporting the
roof. I don't know why two clocks were installed here beside
each other. Perhaps it was an architectural feature. At
least one of the clocks in this view shows the wrong time.