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The Glasgow, Yoker and Clydebank Railway was a railway company that opened in 1882, giving a rail connection to shipyards and other industry that developed in what became Clydebank. At first it was a purely local line, connecting only at Stobcross with the North British Railway, but as industry developed in the area it served it became increasingly important. It was built from a junction near the present-day Jordanhill railway station to a terminus at Clydebank, and in 1897 it was extended to Dalmuir. Most of the route is still in use as the Yoker section of the North Clyde suburban network.

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  • The Glasgow, Yoker and Clydebank Railway was a railway company that opened in 1882, giving a rail connection to shipyards and other industry that developed in what became Clydebank. At first it was a purely local line, connecting only at Stobcross with the North British Railway, but as industry developed in the area it served it became increasingly important. It was built from a junction near the present-day Jordanhill railway station to a terminus at Clydebank, and in 1897 it was extended to Dalmuir. Most of the route is still in use as the Yoker section of the North Clyde suburban network. (en)
  • Le chemin de fer de Yoker et Clydebank à Glasgow (Glasgow, Yoker and Clydebank Railway) est une compagnie de chemin de fer écossaise, autorisée en 1878 et absorbée par le North British Railway en 1897. Il relie Whiteinch à Clydebank. (fr)
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  • The Glasgow, Yoker and Clydebank Railway was a railway company that opened in 1882, giving a rail connection to shipyards and other industry that developed in what became Clydebank. At first it was a purely local line, connecting only at Stobcross with the North British Railway, but as industry developed in the area it served it became increasingly important. It was built from a junction near the present-day Jordanhill railway station to a terminus at Clydebank, and in 1897 it was extended to Dalmuir. Most of the route is still in use as the Yoker section of the North Clyde suburban network. (en)
  • Le chemin de fer de Yoker et Clydebank à Glasgow (Glasgow, Yoker and Clydebank Railway) est une compagnie de chemin de fer écossaise, autorisée en 1878 et absorbée par le North British Railway en 1897. Il relie Whiteinch à Clydebank. (fr)
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  • Glasgow, Yoker and Clydebank Railway (en)
  • Chemin de fer de Yoker et Clydebank à Glasgow (fr)
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