Busby railway station is in Busby, East Renfrewshire, Scotland. The station is managed by First ScotRail and is on the Glasgow South Western Line.
Busby Station - East Renfrewshire
The 1914 edition of the Ordnance Survey map shows that there was once a goods yard immediately south-east of the present station. There was also a goods line, shown as a 'mineral railway', which branched southwards off the main line immediately south of Busby Station. It passed through what is now a housing estate in the Westerton Avenue area and then swung south-westwards through what is still open land. The line then terminated in a goods yard which appears to have been in the area now occupied by housing on the street known as Birchview Drive.
There was also a station building on the Glasgow bound downline, but this was destroyed by fire in 1965.
The station has a mainly half hourly service in each direction (including Sundays) to Glasgow Central and East Kilbride.
Platform 1 - Trains to Glasgow
Platform 2 - Trains to East Kilbride
Staffing level - Unstaffed
Step free access coverage , Level from car park to platform 2 - Ramp from Glenville Gate to platform 1
Car Park - 9 spaces, Monday-Sunday 24 hours
Busby Station - looking south east
Busby Station - looking north west