Hyndland Power Box (1960-1989)
Opened on the Stobcross Railway.
This panel box was located south of Hyndland station (opened 1960) on the west side of the line, with the reversing spur for the caley yard on its west side. The bridges over Clarence Drive are to the south of the site.
It closed, taken over by the Yoker Signalling Centre, in 1989.
The box building survived for many years.
The panel box had taken over the following boxes on its opening:
Knightswood South Junction
Whiteinch East Junction
Whiteinch West Junction
In addition, in 1979, the box controlled the new Argyle Line as far as Dalmarnock beyond which the Glasgow Central Power Box controlled the line,
Merkland Street [Subway]
Other railway and industry locations
Hyndland Station Junction
Whiteinch Loop Sidings
Partickhill Goods [CR]
Crow Road Tunnel
Hyndland East Junction
Partickhill Goods [NBR]
Partick North Junction
Great Western Laundry
Hyndland North Junction
Partick West Junction
Hyndland West Junction
Partick East Junction
Gartnavel Royal Hospital
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