Although in the past Killearn was served by a passenger rail service, that ‘luxury’ has long since past, with thanks to Dr Beeching. Today rail travel is achieved by first travelling to either Glasgow Queen Street, Glasgow Central or Milngavie train stations. Then changing to the 10/C10 bus service either at Glasgow Buchanan Bus Station or Milngavie train station. For more information about the local bus service please visit our bus services page.
Rail Information, including timetables and fares can be obtained by phoning National Rail enquiries on 08457 48 49 50. Alternatively you can consult the National Rail Enquiries website.
Glasgow Central station
If you intend to travel from London, or anywhere on the West Coast of England your journey will most likely end at Glasgow Central train station.
The station was opened in 1879 and was extended further between 1901-1906. The entrance features ornate ironwork. Seven pillars support the glazed porte-cochere arcade with the travel centre behind and the stone edifice of the Central Hotel rising above. The station won Station of the Year in 1999. Over 34 million people visit the station each year.
Glasgow Queen Street station
If you intend to travel from the North of Scotland or Edinburgh your journey will most likely end at Glasgow Queen Street station.
Passenger services are operated by ScotRail with assistance from Strathclyde Partnership for Transport. Trains to Glasgow operate on a regular schedule, with a departure once every 15 minutes on weekdays. Two trains per hour go to Edinburgh Waverley via Glasgow Queen Street and Bathgate (limited stop) on the North Clyde Line, while the other two travel to Motherwell via Glasgow Central and Hamilton Central on the Argyle Line (with one train an hour continuing to Cumbernauld). In the evenings and on Sundays a half-hourly service operates via Glasgow Central to Motherwell via Hamilton. Return services on the Argyle Line arrive from Whifflet with every other train starting back from Motherwell (except on Sundays).