Parkhead Stadium

Location type


Names and dates

Parkhead [CR] (1897-1952)
Parkhead Stadium (1952-1964)

Note: text in square brackets is added for clarity and was not part of the location's name.

Opened on the Glasgow Central Railway.


This was a two platform station. Station buildings were at platform level with glazed canopies. There was a signal box (Parkhead Station box 1897-1963) at the east end, north side of the line, and no goods yard. The station was located in a shallow cutting.

The station was just east of Celtic Park stadium.

The box closed in 1963 and line and station in 1964.

The cutting, just south of West Whitby Street (formerly Winston Street), has been filled in.

The next station west was Bridgeton (the now disused island platform at that station) and the line ran under London Road to reach Parkhead.

To the east the next station was Tollcross, although much closer were sidings for various works at Tollcross, controlled by Parkhead East Signal Box.

Parkhead Tram Depot was to the north.


Celtic Park Stadium



External links

NLS Collection OS map of 1892-1914
NLS Collection OS map of 1944-67


03/03/1952Glasgow Central Railway
Parkhead [CR] renamed Parkhead Stadium.
05/10/1964Glasgow Central Railway
Partick Central to Rutherglen closed to passengers. Partick West, Glasgow Central Low Level, Glasgow Cross, Bridgeton Cross [CR], Dalmarnock and Rutherglen closed. Bridgeton Cross [CR] to Carmyle to Newton closed to passengers. Bridgeton Cross [CR], Parkhead Stadium, Tollcross and Carmyle closed. Partick Central (excluded) to Strathclyde Junction (excluded) closed to all traffic. Bridgeton Cross [CR] to Tollcross (excluded) closed to all traffic. (The Lanarkshire and Dumbartonshire Railway also closes to passengers.)