Depots, Garages & Other Establishments.

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Glasgow Corporation Tramways / Transport
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Knightswood Garage.
Great Western Road.
Opened 1932, closed 2004.
Purpose built bus garage.

 
Aerial view.
Construction view.
In use photos - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.
Recent photos - 1, 2.

Larkfield Garage.
Victoria Road.
Opened 1929.
Purpose built bus garage.
Aerial view.
Map.
In use photos - 1, 2, 3.
Recent photos
- 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13.

Bus Overhall Works.
Butterbiggins Road.
Opened 1941.
Built next to Larkfield Garage.
Plan.
In use photos - 1, 2, 3, 4.


Ibrox Garage.
Helen Street.
Opened 1943, closed 1984.
Purpose built bus garage.

Aerial view.
In use photos - 1.
Recent photos - 1, 2.

Maryhill Garage.

Maryhill Road.
Opened 1962, closed 1984.
Purpose built bus garage.
Built on the site of the former tram depot.

In use photos - 1, 2.
Recent photos - 1, 2.


Partick Garage.

Hayburn Street.
Opened 1964, closed 1977.
Purpose built bus garage.
Built on the site of the former tram depot.

Aerial view.
In use photos - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
Recent photos - 1, 2.

Bridgeton Garage.
Fordneuk Street.
Opened 1965, closed 1976.
Purpose built bus garage.
Now the home of the Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust.

In use photos - 1, 2.
Recent photos - 1, 2, 3, 4.

Gartcraig Garage.
Gartcraig Road.
Opened 1961, closed 1986.
Purpose built bus garage.
Construction view.

Recent photos - 1, 2.


Hampden Garage.
Aikenhead Road.
Opened 1950, closed 1967.
Purpose built trolleybus garage.

Trolleybus service map.
Recent photos - 1, 2.

Finnieston Garage.
Finnieston Street.
Opened 1930, closed 1932.
A temporary bus garage. Leased from a commercial company, 'Carlaw's Cars' for two years.
Recent photos - 1, 2.

Permanent Way Yard.
Barrland Street.

Recent photo.


Experimental Tramway Power Station.

Keppochhill Road.

Opened 1898, closed 1901.
Was part of Springburn Depot.

Pinkston Power Station.
North Canal Bank Street.
  Opened 1901.
Pinkston supplied power for the trams & Subway. It was transferred to the South of Scotland Electricity Board in 1958.
In use photos - 1, 2.
Commemorative plaque.

Bearsden Electrical Sub-station.
Milngavie Road.
  Opened 1924, closed 1956.
Later sold & converted into a hall.
Recent photo.


Whitevale Electrical Sub-station.
Rowchester Street.
Was part of Whitevale Depot.

Partick Electrical Sub-station.
10 Benalder Street.
Recent photo.

Kinning Park Electrical Sub-station.
Admiral Street.
Was part of Kinning Park Depot.
Recent photo.
In addition to those noted above, electrical sub-stations were also located at,
 Coplawhill, Barrhead, Baillieston, Dalmuir, Paisley,
Dalhousie, Possilpark, Rutherglen, Scotstoun, & Spiersbridge.


Kinning Park Granary.
Located next to Kinning Park Depot, this facility stored and prepared horse provender for delivery to the depots.
1894 illustration.
Recent photos - 1, 2.

Battlefield Tramway Shelter.
Recent photo.

St Enoch Square Bus Stance.
Recent photo.

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