A WOMAN will stand trial accused of setting a fire at Glasgow Central train station.

Tammia Connor, 49, allegedly culpably and recklessly lit a wooden facing and a wooden step in the station's telecoms compound on March 25, 2020.

Court papers state the fire took effect and destroyed the wooden facing and step as well as caused smoke contamination to the station to the danger of the public.

The fire service were said to have attended to extinguish the blaze.

Connor faces an alternate charge of culpably and recklessly starting a fire which took hold causing damage to a wooden facing and step, as well as smoke contamination to the station.

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Connor's second charge claims she assaulted British Transport Police Sergeant Lorna White in the course of her duty by spitting on her head and body having stated that she had an infectious disease.

Connor's final charges alleges that she failed to attend two court dates in March and December 2021.

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Connor, of Merseyside, pleaded not guilty at Glasgow Sheriff Court to the four charges.

A trial was fixed for next January by sheriff Johanna Johnston QC.