Incredible footage captures a Glasgow train station being transformed overnight by installing two new towers.

We reported that impressive 12-metre tall towers were successfully installed at Anniesland station last month. 

Network Rail engineers worked through the night to build the steel structures, featuring steel walkways connecting the upper towers to the existing station platforms.

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Now the firm has shared new footage which shows, in more detail, the work being done. 


They said: "Witness an overnight transformation at Anniesland as we installed two new Access For All lift towers.

"When complete in the autumn, they’ll make access to the railway easier for everyone!"

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The next stage to make Anniesland station more accessible will be installing the lifts within the tower structures. 

It is expected that the project will be fully completed later this year.

The footpath underneath the railway bridge, parking bays, and the inside eastbound lane of Great Western Road will remain closed during this time.