Glasgow Queen Street Station has been voted as the nation's favourite. 

A 'World Cup of Stations' poll recorded over 95,000 votes, asking participants to select their favourite out of over 2000  train stations across the country. 

Queen Street was crowned as the UK's number one favourite station the week-long poll.

Glasgow Times:

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Speaking of the triumph, Queen Street Station general manager, Maggie Hoey, said: “We’re absolutely delighted that Glasgow Queen Street has been crowned champion in this year’s World Cup of Stations.  

“The recent redevelopment work has revitalised the station, delivering a contemporary building both internally and externally. It’s created a spacious and accessible transport facility that will be a positive and prominent addition to Glasgow’s historic George square for years to come. 

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“We owe a huge thanks to everyone who voted for us, and to our social media colleagues who really got behind the Rail Delivery Group's campaign to drum up support.” 

The competition highlighted the important role that the railway, stations and staff are playing keeping people connected and supporting communities and local businesses during the pandemic.