LIAM GALLAGHER fans could be stranded in Glasgow as no train services will run when the concert finishes. 

ScotRail has reminded customers that ongoing strike action and the temporary reduced timetable on Sundays will mean that gig-goers will have to consider another mode of transport. 

Strike action from over 40,000 members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) Union on Saturday has caused disruption to services on June 26.

There will be reduced hourly services between Glasgow Central and Mount Florida, and between Glasgow Central and Kings Park - the closest stations to Hampden.

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But fans are being reminded that due to the temporary timetable, there will be no trains leaving Mount Florida or Kings Park for Glasgow Central after the concert ends at 10.30pm. 

There will also be no trains out of the city centre at this time. 

Fans are therefore being encouraged to consider taking other forms of travel, and they may even need to leave the concert before it finishes in order to get home. 

A statement read: "We'll be doing everything we can to help you travel to Hampden Park to see Liam Gallagher perform.

When heading home after the concert, we urge you to check your entire journey and know what alternative transport is available, as there will be no trains departing Mount Florida or Kings Park back to Glasgow Central due to the temporary timetable currently in place.

"There will also be no trains out of the city centre after the concert ends at 10.30pm."