Bearsden ( (listen)) is a town in East Dunbartonshire, Scotland, on the northwestern fringe of Greater Glasgow. Approximately 6 miles (10 km) from Glasgow City Centre, the town is effectively a suburb, and its housing development coincided with the 1863 introduction of a railway line. The town was named after Bearsden railway station, which was named after a nearby cottage.
Bearsden was ranked the seventh-wealthiest area in Britain in a 2005 survey, and has the least social housing of any town in Scotland.
Miles Lima | Dec 10, 2017
This place has a 3 star review total! I certainly don't agree! I think This is a very, very, very nice station!!! All those people who gave this station a 3 star review are people I certainly don't care about!! It is not a fancy station, but I like it just the same! It is a place where you could sit back, relax and enjoy your wait for your train. When I take the train out of Bearsden, I arrive early. I think those 3 star people should give Bearsden station another chance!!
Paweł Adamus | Apr 18, 2018
The worst station ever. Dirty, insecure, vandalism of station staff damaging cars. No parking lines at all. Very messy. Trains are almost always late without any reason.
Patricia Tabbot | Apr 10, 2018
Woman who works there is just rude and vile. Not helpful at all.
Tommy Butler | Jun 23, 2017
Bearsden Train Station this station has plenty of parking also has bike parking rack, ticket machines, easy access & newspaper booth, the best bit about the Station is the local Pub Station Bar offers wide range food and drinks. also Taxi company near by.
steve.r hudson | Mar 6, 2017
Not a bad commuter station, lots of cover for bad weather, helpful staff.
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