In pictures: The changing face of Cumbernauld train station

Written by Scott Campbell. Scott Campbell
Published at 21:36 on 18 May 2014.
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The station looks different compared to last year. Pic: courtesy of Bill Henry.

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AS WORK looks set to finish shortly on Cumbernauld’s brand-new train station building – which will bring with it new electric trains, improved tracks, elongated platforms and better aesthetics all-round – Cumbernauld Media presents, ‘The changing face of Cumbernauld train station’, a picture gallery displaying images taken between February and today (18th May) which illustrate the major changes that have been made to the town’s station.

It follows our story tonight in which we reported:
COMMUTERS heading to Cumbernauld train station tomorrow (Monday) will “certainly notice a few differences,” in what can only be described as an under-statement by Network Rail.

Over the past two days construction workers and engineers have been steaming ahead with works to ensure that the electrification of the new Springburn and Cumbernauld is matched by a brand-new train station building.
The works undertaken this weekend mean most of the work has now been completed at Cumbernauld train station, in South Carbrain – as part of the £650million Edinburgh to Glasgow Improvement Programme (EGIP).

Below you will be able to view our gallery of images of Cumbernauld train station between February and today. All of the images are the copyright of Bill Henry and are used on his courtesy.

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