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Glasgow Corporation Tram Routes

LIST OF TRAMWAY SERVICES IN NUMERICAL ORDER

(Second System of Numbering)

The Second System of Service numbering was introduced on 3rd May 1938 to replace both the 'Head-code' system of Mr. Dalrymple and the Department's own letter-code see Destination list??under construction??. The numbers were chosen in relation basically to the Motorbus service numbers at the time and suffix letters continued to be used, but this time to segregate the services in groups. In August 1943, numerous alterations brought about by war-time restrictions were carried out, and the opportunity was taken to renumber the 'A' and 'B' services, giving them numbers of their own.

The following schedule will indicate briefly the numbering system's history:—

From 3rd May 1938, all numbers from 1 to 20 were used, the grouping being 1, 1a; 3, 3a; 4, 4a, 4b; 5, 5a; 8, 8a; 9, 9a, 9b; and 15,15a.

From 15th August 1943, renumbering and service alterations brought into use numbers 22 to 32 (Service 21 having been introduced in 1938), and the grouped services were renumbered thus: 1, 1a became 1 and 30 (see text); 4a and 4b became 27 and 31; 8, 8a became 8 and 25 (see text); 5a became 24; 9a and 9b both became 26; Other renumbering was tied up with service alteration and details can be found in the text.

Service 40 was introduced on 5th December 1943, the intention being to fill up the other numbers over the years. By January 1949, 36 had been reached, but 37, 38 and 39 were never used.

Services with suffix letters did appear from time to time, 3a, 5a, 10a, 14a, 14b, 18a, 24a and 26a being used (see text).

Also detailed below will be found Types of Car, City Centre termini used by each service and Special Depot Workings where relevant. The latter are described on journeys outward from the Depot except where otherwise indicated.

N.B.: The types of car operating the service refer to the types running the basic steady service. This did not eliminate the likelihood of other types appearing usually on a 'Special' duty famous in Glasgow whereby a tram covered various services to aid the basic cars as efficiently as possible.

Car Types for referance in text below: See Here

Colours were abandoned owing to difficulties of war-time operation.

SERVICE 1.

Colour: Green. Service as of 3rd May 1938

Knightswood or Kelvinside and Airdrie via Gt. Western Road, St. George's Cross, Cambridge Street, Sauchiehall Street, Renfield Street, St. Vincent Place, George Square (West and North Sides), George Street, Duke Street, Shettleston, Baillieston, Bargeddie, Langloan, Coatbridge, to Clerk Street Airdrie at Carlisle Road. Depots: Partick, Dennistoun and Coatbridge.

15 August 1943 Wartime Restrictions. Rearrangement of Services: Service diverted from Knightswood to Dalmuir West and Cut at Dennistoun becoming Dalmuir West and Dennistoun via Clydebank, Yoker, Anniesland Road, Gt. Western Road, and former route to Dennistoun. Depots: Partick, Dennistoun.

28 October 1945 Kelvinside turning point moved South along Hyndland Road to Hyndland Station.

6 January 1946   Cars shortworking from east to Anniesland, extended to Scotstounhill.

19 May 1947   Scotstounhill shortworkings extended to Scotstoun West.

19 April 1953   Service extended from Dennistoun to Springfield Road or Dalmarnock via Duke Street, Parkhead Cross, Springfield Road at the following times:— to Springfield Road: Saturdays 11.30 a.m.-5.30 p.m. to Dalmarnock: Monday-Friday All Peak Hours. Saturdays 5.30 p.m. onwards. Sundays 2 p.m. onwards. Dalmarnock Depot commences operation of Service.

29 April 1956 Dalmuir West service curtailed at Scotstoun West at certain times. Cars run through to Dalmuir West, only at following times:— Monday-Friday till 8.30 a.m. and 4 p.m.-6.30 p.m. Sundays till 8.30 a.m. and from 3 p.m. till 5 p.m.

7 May 1956  Cars extended from Scotstoun West to Yoker on Mondays to Fridays between 12 noon and 2 p.m.

7 September 1959   Dalmuir Canal Swing Bridge closed to Tramway Traffic from 9 a.m. All cars lye at Dalmuir—timetable unaltered.

1 November 1959   Sauchiehall  Street (Kelvingrove-Charing  Cross)  Closed, some Partick Depot Workings altered—see below.

12 March 1960 Service—Dalmarnock, Springfield Road or Dennistoun and Scotstoun West, Yoker or Dalmuir withdrawn and replaced by Motorbus Service 58.

City Centre Termini: Cars from East: St. Vincent Street (Top crossover) at Wellington Street. Cars from West: Till 13.5.1953 St. Vincent Place Loop, thereafter cross­over at North Albion Street.

Types of Car: Basically Classes 4, 5 and 6. From May 1952 Class 9, but the extension of the service past Parkhead reduced it to Standards only, as Class 9 cars are unable to negotiate this curve.

Special Depot Workings: Partick—via Dumbarton Road to Scotstoun West; via Dumbarton Road, Argyle Street, Sauchiehall Street, Charing Cross to City. Latter altered 1.11.1959; same route to Kelvin Hall, then via Argyle Street, Trongate, London Road, Moir Street, Gallowgate, Trongate, Argyle Street, Hope Street, St. Vincent Street. Dalmarnock— via Dalmarnock Road to Springfield Road.

SERVICE 1A.

Colour: Green. Service as at 3rd May 1938

Dalmuir West or Scotstounhill and Springfield Road via Clydebank, Yoker, Anniesland Road, Gt. Western Road, St. George's Cross, Cambridge Street, Sauchiehall Street, Renfield Street, St. Vincent Place, George Square (West and North sides), George Street, Duke Street, Parkhead Cross, and Springfield Road to South End. Depots: Partick, Dennistoun and Parkhead.

15 August 1943   Wartime Restrictions. Rearrangement of Services: Service withdrawn and absorbed by new Services 1 and 30.

City Centre Termini and Types of Car: as Service 1.

SERVICE 2.

Colour: White. Service as at 3rd May 1938

Provanmill and Polmadie via Garngad Road (later renamed Royston Road), Castle Street, High Street, Saltmarket, Crown Street to Aikenhead Road at Polmadie Street.

Depots: Possilpark and Langside.

23 November 1947   General Reduction in Sunday forenoon frequencies.

20 February 1949   Service  withdrawn;   replaced  by   Temporary  motorbus Service 102 pending introduction of Trolleybuses.

City Centre Termini: Cars from North: Glasgow Cross and Rutherglen Road. Cars from South: Glasgow Cross and Castle Street.

Types of Car: 4, 5 and 6.

Special Depot Workings: Possilpark—via Hawthorn Street, Springburn Road, to 181 Castle Street (Reverse for Provanmill). Langside—via Battlefield Road, Prospecthill Road, Cathcart Road, Crown Street. Also via Holmlea Road to Garry Street, reverse and by Cathcart Road and as above.

SERVICE 3.

Colour: White. Service as at 3rd May 1938

University and Mosspark via Woodlands Road, Charing Cross, Sauchiehall Street, Renfield Street, Jamaica Street, Bridge Street, Eglinton Street, Pollokshields, Mosspark Boulevard.

Depots: Maryhill and Newlands.

3 May 1938   Mosspark Terminus extended from crossover in Mosspark Boulevard at East end of Private Track round into Corker-hill Road. (See also under Empire Exhibition Special Services).

30 May 1943   Circular Mosspark Services with Service 3a reintroduced.

5 December 1943   Circular Services withdrawn. All cars turn at Mosspark.

26 August 1945   Portion of Service operated by Maryhill Depot transferred to Newlands Depot.

4 January 1959   Closure of Eldon Street Bridge to Tramway Traffic. University cars diverted to run to Park Road.

4 June 1960   Service Mosspark and Park Road withdrawn and replaced by Motorbus Service 59.

City Centre Termini: Cars from South: St. Vincent Street. Some cars ran to Kelvingrove. Cars from North: Bridge Street.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6, 9 and 12.

Special Depot Workings: Maryhill—via Maryhill Road, St. George's Cross, St. George's Road. Newlands—via Kilmarnock Road, Pollok­shaws Road to Albert Drive, straight on for University, reverse and via Albert Drive for Mosspark. Incoming cars from Mosspark run to Eglinton Toll, reverse and via Pollokshaws Road.

SERVICE 3A.

Colour: White. Service Introduced 3rd May 1938

University and Mosspark via Charing Cross, Sauchiehall Street, Renfield Street, Jamaica Street, Bridge Street, Nelson Street, Paisley Road West to Corkerhill Road. Cars returned as Service 3 (via Pollokshields).

Depots: Maryhill and Newlands.

4 May 1938   Alternate cars diverted to run to Kelvingrove via Sauchiehall Street.

8 August 1938 All cars extended on Weekdays and Saturdays to Anniesland via Sauchiehall Street, Church Street, Highburgh Road, Clarence Drive and Crow Road.

31 October 1938   Empire Exhibition closes: Service withdrawn.

30 May 1943   Service University and Mosspark reintroduced, routed as before.

5 December 1943   Service withdrawn, replaced, in part, by Service 40.

City Centre Termini, Types of Car and Special Depot Workings: As Service 3.

SERVICE 4.

Colour: Blue. Service as at 3rd May 1938

Keppochhill Road and Renfrew Airport (Porterfield Road) via Keppochhill Road, Round Toll, Garscube Road, Cowcaddens, Hope Street, George V Bridge, Nelson Street, Paisley Road Toll, Govan Road, Linthouse, Shieldhall, Renfrew Cross.

Depots: Possilpark and Govan.

?.   ?. 1940   Renfrew  Airport  renamed   Renfrew  South  for  Security reasons.

14 March 1941   Clydeside Blitz //////////////////////???????????under construction???????????????

1 April 1951   Service extended from Keppochhill Road to Springburn (Elmvale Street) via Springburn Road.

7 February 1954   Service extended from Renfrew South to Paisley North (Sandyford).

11 May 1957   Abandonment of Renfrew and Paisley Services. All cars from Springburn curtailed at Hillington Road.

6 September 1958   Service   Springburn   and   Hillington   Road   withdrawn, replaced by Motorbus Service 53.

City Centre Termini: Cars from North: Commerce Street. Cars from South: St. Vincent Street.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6 and 12.

Special Depot Workings: Possilpark—via Hawthorn Street, Saracen Street to Mosshouse (reverse for Keppochhill Road). Also via Hawthorn Street, Springburn Road.

SERVICE 4A.

Colour: Blue. Service as at 3rd May 1938

Springburn and Linthouse via Hawthorn Street, Possilpark, Round Toll, Cowcaddens, Hope Street, George V Bridge, Nelson Street, Govan Road.

Depots: Possilpark and Govan.

15 August 1943 Service extended from Linthouse to Hillington Road or Renfrew Cross and renumbered 27.

City Centre Termini: As for Service 4.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6.

SERVICE 4B.

Colour: Blue. Service as at 3rd May 1938

Lambhill and Linthouse via Balmore Road, Possilpark, Round Toll, Cowcaddens, Hope Street, George V Bridge, Nelson Street, Govan Road.

Depots: Possilpark and Govan.

15 August 1943 Service extended from Linthouse to Hillington Road or Renfrew Cross and renumbered 31.

City Centre Termini and Types of Car: As for Service 4a.

SERVICE 5.

Colour: Yellow. Service as at 3rd May 1938

Clarkston and Kirklee via Netherlee, Cathcart, Battlefield, Victoria Road, Eglinton Street, Jamaica Street, Renfield Street, Sauchiehall Street, Church Street, Byres Road, cars proceeding to Hyndland Road North End either via Botanic Gardens, and returning via Highburgh Road, or via Highburgh Road, and returning via Botanic Gardens.

Depots: Partick and Langside.

15 August 1943 Portion of Service running to Kirklee via Hyndland re­numbered 5a on journeys to Kirklee. All cars to Clarkston show '5.'

10 June 1945 Service becomes Clarkston and Kelvinside via former route to Church Street, then running via Byres Road, Botanic Gardens and Gt. Western Road, to Hyndland Road, reversing and returning via same route.

9 September 1945 Kelvinside terminus moved south along Hyndland Road to Hyndland Station.

28 October 1945 Circular Service resumes being Clarkston and Kelvinside running as before to Byres Road, then via Botanic Gardens to Hyndland Station, and returning via Hyndland. (See also under Service 5a.)

18 August 1946 Erection of Eglinton Toll Barrier. Diversion of route in City Centre see page 83 (via Gorbals).

1 July 1951 Owing to introduction of Trolleybuses in Gorbals, service running via Gorbals diverted between Eglinton Toll and Renfield Street to run via Victoria Road, Pollokshaws Road, Turriff Street, Eglinton Street, Bridge Street, Jamaica Street and Union Street.

5 July 1953 Service to Clarkston withdrawn. Service becomes Holmlea Road and Kelvinside from Holmlea Road at Morley Street, and former route.

28 September 1956 Langside Depot closed. Portion of serviceoperated from there transferred to Newlands Depot.

16 November 1957 Service Holmlea Road and Kelvinside withdrawn and re­placed by Motorbus Service 43.

City Centre Termini: Cars from North: Bridge Street or St. Vincent Place; when latter loop closed on 13.5.1953, cars ran through George Square and along George Street, to North Albion Street crossover. Cars from South: St. Vincent Street.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6 and 9; Type 12 ran from Newlands Depot during last year of operation.

Special Depot Workings: Partick—via Dumbarton Road. Reverse at Church Street for Kirklee and Kelvinside. Straight on for City. Newlands —via Kilmarnock Road, Pollokshaws Road, Eglinton Street. Cars for Holmlea Road, reverse at Coplaw Street or Bridge Street.

SERVICE 5A.

Colour: Yellow. Service as at 3rd May 1938

Langside and Jordanhill via Victoria Road, Eglinton Street, Jamaica Street, Renfield Street, Sauchiehall Street, Church Street, Byres Road, Highburgh Road, Clarence Drive, Crow Road.

Depots: Partick and Langside.

30 October 1938   Service extended from Jordanhill to Anniesland.

15 August 1943 Service Langside and Anniesland renumbered 24. Service 5a used for Service 5 cars proceeding from Clarkston to Kirklee via Hyndland.

10 June 1945 Service becomes independent of Service 5—Clarkston and Hyndland via Cathcart, Battlefield, Eglinton Toll, Renfield Street, Sauchiehall Street, Church Street, Byres Road Highburgh Road, Hyndland Road reversing and returning via same route.

28 October 1945 Service merged with Service 5 again becoming Clarkston to Kelvinside via Hyndland. This arrangement continued until the withdrawal of Service 5 in 1957 (see under Service 5).

SERVICE 6.

Colour: Blue. Service as at 3rd May 1938

Riddrie or Alexandra Park and Scotstoun or Dalmuir West via Alexandra Parade, Castle Street, Monkland Street, Parliamentary Road, Sauchiehall Street, Dumbarton Road, Yoker, Clydebank.

Depots: Dennistoun and Partick.

19 November 1946   Service rerouted at Monkland Street for traffic rearrange­ments.

7 November 1951   Service to Dalmuir West discontinued on Saturdays and Sundays.

—            Service to Dalmuir West discontinued (except for 'Specials').

1 November 1959   Service Riddrie or Alexandra Park and Scotstoun discon­tinued and replaced by Motorbus Service 56.

City Centre Termini: Cars from West: Castle Street (in Monkland Street). Cars from East: Charing Cross, but mainly Kelvingrove.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6 and 9; Also 12 after January 1959.

Special Depot Workings: Dennistoun—via Duke Street, reverse at Bluevale Street and via Cumbernauld Road to Riddrie or to Aitken Street and reverse for City.

SERVICE 7.

Colour: Yellow. Service as at January 1938.

Millerston or Riddrie and Craigton Road via Cumbernauld Road, Duke Street, Bellgrove Street, Abercromby Street, London Road, Bridgeton Cross, James Street, Ballater Street, Nelson Street, Govan Road, Golspie Street, Langlands Road, Elder Street, Crossloan Road, Craigton Road.

Depots: Dennistoun and Govan.

6 February 1938   Service extended over new track from Craigton Road, via Jura Street to Bellahouston (Jura Street South end).

3 May 1938   Service numbered 7.

15 May 1949 Sunday afternoon Specials between Millerston and Bridgeton Cross introduced. These cars turned at Bridgeton Cross in James Street.

14 June 1958 Service Millerston or Riddrie and Bellahouston replaced by Trolleybus Service 106.

City Centre Termini: Not strictly applicable.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6 and 12.

Special Notes: Cars ran to Linthouse and Shieldhall showing '7' at peak hours. These were basically 'Specials' but linked the 7 road with the Govan Shipyards and hence displayed that number.

SERVICE 8 and 8A.

Colour: Red. Service as at 3rd May 1938

Bishopbriggs or Springburn running via Springburn Road. Millerston, Riddrie or Alexandra Park running via Alexandra Parade then via Parliamentary Road, Renfield Street, Jamaica Street, Eglinton Street, Pollokshaws Road, Shawlands Cross, then 8 to Newlands, Giffnock, Rouken Glen via Kilmarnock Road. 8a to Pollokshaws West, Thornliebank, Rouken Glen via Pollokshaws Road, Thornliebank Road. 8b to Merrylee via Newlands.

Depots: Possilpark, Dennistoun and Newlands.

Note: Exact details of the working of the cars are not known. They certainly were far more complicated than the post-1943 service 8/25 principles which are detailed below. Cars running to Rouken Glen by either route returned to the city by continuing round the circle. At all other points, cars reversed and returned by their outward route.

15 August 1943   Service reorganised and renumbered 8 and 25. Service 8 became Millerston or Riddrie and Newlands, Merrylee, Giffnock or Rouken Glen via Alexandra Parade, Monkland Street, Parliamentary Road, Renfield Street, Eglinton Street, Pollokshaws Road, Shawlands Cross, and Kilmarnock Road. Cars turning at Merrylee, Newlands and Giffnock returned the way they had come showing '8' and running to a Service 8 terminus. Cars proceeding to Rouken Glen put up '25' and returned to the city via Thornliebank running to a Service 25 terminus. (See also under Service 25). Service 8b number discontinued.

19 November 1946   Service rerouted at Monkland Street. See page 84.

14 March 1959   Service withdrawn and replaced by Motorbus Service 38.

City Centre Termini: Cars from North: Bridge Street (some to St. Vincent Place). Cars from South: St. Vincent Street, North Hanover Street or Castle Street (in Monkland Street).

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6, 9, 10 and 12.

Special Depot Workings: Dennistoun—via Duke Street, reverse at Blue­vale Street, and via Cumbernauld Road to Riddrie and Millerston or to Aitken Street and reverse for City. Possilpark—via Hawthorn Street, Springburn Road, Castle Street, then via Parliamentary Road to City or Alexandra Parade to Riddrie and Millerston.

SERVICE 9.

Colour: Red. Service as at January 1938.

Dalmuir West and London Road or Auchenshuggle via Clydebank, Yoker, Scotstoun, Dumbarton Road, Argyle Street, Trongate, London Road.

Depots: Partick and Dalmarnock.

22 January 1938 Cars turning at London Road on Saturday afternoons extended to Auchenshuggle.

3 May 1938   Service numbered 9.

14 May 1944 Service extended from Auchenshuggle to Carmyle via London Road to a crossover at Carmyle Avenue, to replace Motorbus Service.

15 June 1952   Service  to   Carmyle  discontinued.   Auchenshuggle  cross­over moved eastwards to a point just west of Causewayside Street.

7 September 1959   Dalmuir Canal Swing Bridge closed to Tramcars. All cars turn at Dalmuir. Timetables unaltered.

1 August 1960   Following  extensive  repairs  to  Dalmuir  Swing  Bridge, Service re-extended to Dalmuir West.

June 1962   Service to Dalmuir West curtailed at Yoker. Portion of Service operated by Partick Depot, transferred to Dalmarnock.

September 1962   Service Auchenshuggle and Yoker withdrawn and replaced by Motorbus Service.

City Centre Termini: Cars from West: Glasgow Cross (Moir Street). Cars from East: Anderston Cross.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9; Type 12 after June 1958.

Special Depot Workings: Dalmarnock—via Dalmarnock Road, Bridge­ton Cross and to City or to Abercromby Street, reverse for Auchenshuggle and Carmyle.

SERVICES 9A and 9B.

Colour: Red. Service as at 3rd May 1938

Scotstoun and Rutherglen or Burnside via Dumbarton Road, Argyle Street, Trongate, London Road, Dalmarnock Road, Farmeloan Road, to Rutherglen 9b and via Stonelaw Road to Burnside 9a.

Depots: Partick and Dalmarnock.

15 August 1943   Both Services renumbered 26.

City Centre Termini: As Service 9.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9.

SERVICE 10.

Colour: Blue. Service as at 3rd May 1938

Rutherglen and Kirklee via Oatlands, Rutherglen Road, Crown Street, Saltmarket, Trongate, Argyle Street, Hope Street, Bothwell Street, Elmbank Street, Sauchiehall Street, Woodlands Road, Park Road, Gt. Western Road, to Kirklee Road South End.

Depot: Dalmarnock.

4 May 1942   Sunday afternoon service: Alternate cars from Rutherglen run to Anderston Cross via Argyle Street.

2 January 1944 Rutherglen and Kirklee becomes Rutherglen and Kelvinside via original route to Park Road, Gt. Western Road, then running to Hyndland Road North end, cars returning as 10a via Hyndland. (See Service 10a).

10 June 1945 Circular 10/10a Service withdrawn. Service 10 becomes Rutherglen and Kelvinside as before but reversing at Hyndland Road North end and returning via same route.

28 October 1945 Kelvinside turning point moved south along Hyndland Road to crossover at Hyndland Station.

23 January 1949 Withdrawal of trams from Crown Street etc. pending Trolleybuses: Service becomes Kelvinside and Circle Parkhead running from Hyndland Station, via original route to Trongate then proceeding via Gallowgate, Spring­field Road, returning via Dalmarnock Road, London Road, Trongate and previous route. (See Service 36). Depots: Partick and Dalmarnock.

19 April 1953 Service Kelvinside and Circle Parkhead withdrawn. Service becomes Kelvinside and London Road (curtailed to Moir Street on Sundays till 1 p.m. and extended to Auchenshuggle on Sundays 1 p.m.-6.30 p.m.) running from Hyndland Station via original route to Trongate, thence via London Road to London Road at Maukinfauld Road.

16 March 1958 Highburgh Road and Church Street closed; Partick Depot Workings altered—See below.

1 November 1959   Further alteration to Partick Depot workings—see below.

4 June 1960 Service Kelvinside and Moir Street, London Road or Auchenshuggle withdrawn without replacement.

City Centre Termini: Cars from East: St. Vincent Street (via Hope Street) in early days, then Anderston Cross or Douglas Street; latterly Douglas Street only. Cars from West: Glasgow Cross (Moir Street).

Types of Car: Only 4, 5 and 6, till 1955, then Type 9 gradually; and also Type 12 after June 1958.

Special Depot Workings: Dalmarnock—till 23.1.1949 via Dalmarnock Road, Farmeloan Road to Rutherglen. From 19.4.1953 as Service 9. Partick—via Dumbarton Road. For Kelvinside reverse at Church Street and via Church Street, Byres Road, Highburgh Road. For City straight on via Sauchiehall Street. From 16.3.1958 City unaltered. Outwards to Kelvinside via Sauchiehall Street, Charing Cross Spur. Inwards via normal route to St. Vincent Cross and via St. Vincent Street, Finnieston, Argyle Street, Dumbarton Road. From 1.11.1959 all cars work both ways via Dumbarton Road, Argyle Street, Finnieston and St. Vincent Street taking up normal route at St. Vincent Cross.

SERVICE 10A.

Service Introduced 2.1.1944.

Rutherglen and Kelvinside via Oatlands, Rutherglen Road, Crown Street, Saltmarket, Trongate, Argyle Street, Bothwell Street, Elmbank Street, Sauchiehall Street, Church Street, Byres Road, Highburgh Road, Hyndland Road to North end; cars return as 10 via Botanic Gardens and Park Road. (See Service 10).

Depot: Dalmarnock.

10 June 1945 Service withdrawn; becomes Rutherglen and Anderston Cross via original route to Trongate and via Argyle Street to Stobcross Street.

23 January 1949   Service withdrawn.

City Centre Termini: Anderston Cross.

Types of Car: 4, 5 and 6. Special Depot Workings: See Service 10.

SERVICE 11.

Colour: Red. Service as at 3rd May 1938

Maryhill or Gairbraid Avenue and Sinclair Drive from Caldercuilt Road via Maryhill Road, Garscube Road, Cowcaddens, West Nile Street, St. Vincent Place, George Square (South Side), South Frederick Street, Ingram Street, Glassford Street, Stockwell Street, Gorbals, Pollokshaws Road, Eglinton Toll*, Victoria Road, Sinclair Drive to South end.

Depots: Maryhill and Langside.

(*Till 1935 northbound cars proceeded as southbound direct from Victoria Road into Pollokshaws Road. The introduction of Automatic traffic lights made it easier to operate northbound trams across Eglinton Toll into Eglinton Street, regaining their proper route by Turriff Street This they continued to do till the Barrier was erected in 1946.)

19 February 1939 Service Sinclair Drive and Gairbraid Avenue or Maryhill diverted to run to Ruchill (Hospital Gates) as before to Garscube Road, and via Maryhill Road and Bilsland Drive.

14 July 1940 Service Sinclair Drive and Ruchill becomes Sinclair Drive and Gairbraid Avenue via Garscube Road, Maryhill Road.

2 May 1943 Service diverted between Cowcaddens and Queen's Cross via New City Road and Maryhill Road, instead of via Garscube Road (See Service 14) and Service extended to Milngavie, so becoming Sinclair Drive and Milngavie via St. George's Cross.

18 August 1946   Erection of Eglinton Toll Barrier. See page 83.

2 May 1948 Sunday afternoon Specials Milngavie and Maitland Street introduced.

1 July 1951 Service Sinclair Drive and Milngavie withdrawn. Service to Sinclair Drive replaced by Service 24, and that to Milngavie by Service 13.

City Centre Termini: St Vincent Place loop. Cars from North also turned in Maitland Street (opened 14.5.1944)

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6 and 9.

Special Depot Workings: Langside—via Battlefield Road, Grange Road and to City. For Sinclair Drive run to Queen's Park crossover and reverse.

SERVICE 12.

Colour: Yellow. Service as at January 1938.

Mount Florida and Paisley Road Toll via Cathcart Road, Allison Street, Nithsdale Street, Nithsdale Road, Shields Road, Scotland Street, Seaward Street, Milnpark Street, Admiral Street to North end.

Depot: Langside.

3 May 1938 Empire Exhibition: Service extended from Paisley Road Toll to Ibrox via Paisley Road West.

21 November 1938   Service to Ibrox withdrawn.

2 May 1943 Service extended to Linthouse via Paisley Road West, Lome Street, Govan Road. Govan Depot commences operation of part of the service.

1 May 1949 Repairs to Strathbungo Railway Bridge. Service split, turned on Special crossovers on either side.

29 May 1949   During closure of bridge, all cars extended to Linthouse.

15 March 1950   Strathbungo Bridge reopened.  Through running recom­mences.

1 May 1953 Service to Linthouse curtailed at Paisley Road Toll except on weekdays 7-9 a.m. and 4.30-6.30 p.m.

5 July 1953 Abandonment of Clarkston service. Early morning specials to Netherlee or Clarkston withdrawn.

28 September 1956   Langside Depot closed. Service operated wholly from Govan Depot.

6 September 1958 Service 4 withdrawn. Track beyond Lome Street to Lint­house and Shieldhall retained only for Peak Hour Service 12.

14 November 1958 Peak Hour Service to Linthouse or Shieldhall withdrawn at end of peak hour (6.30 p.m.) constituting the last tram in Govan.

15.11.1958 Service Mount Florida and Paisley Road Toll withdrawn, replaced by Trolleybus Service 108.

Types of Car: 4, 5 and 6 only. Others forbidden owing to tight radius curves.

Special Depot Workings: Langside—via Battlefield Road, Prospecthill Road and Cathcart Road.

SERVICE 13.

Colour: Red. Service as at 3rd May 1938

Mount Florida and Hillfoot or Milngavie from Clincart Road, via Cathcart Road, Gorbals, Stockwell Street, Glassford Street, Ingram Street, South Frederick Street, George Square (South Side), St. Vincent Place, West Nile Street, Cowcaddens, New City Road, Maryhill Road, Canniesburn, Milngavie Road to Main Street at Park Road, Milngavie.

Depots: Maryhill and Langside.

2 May 1943 Service to Milngavie cut to Gairbraid Avenue and extended to Clarkston via Cathcart, Netherlee, becoming Gairbraid Avenue and Mount Florida or Clarkston. Service 11 extended to Milngavie.

7 September 1943   Alternate cars extended to Maryhill from Gairbraid Avenue.

6 May 1944 Further cars turning at Gairbraid Avenue extended to Maryhill.

12 January 1947   All cars still turning at Gairbraid Avenue extended to Maryhill.

24 November 1947   Auxiliary Service Govanhill and Gairbraid Avenue or Maryhill introduced.

1 July 1951 Clarkston or Mount Florida and Maryhill extended to Milngavie to replace Service 11.

5 July 1953 Service to Clarkston replaced by Trolleybus Service 105. Service Milngavie or Maryhill and Govanhill, Mount Florida or Clarkston withdrawn. New Service 13 Milngavie or Maryhill and Glasgow Cross via Maryhill Road, New City Road, Cowcaddens, Hope Street, Argyle Street, Trongate, Gallowgate, Moir Street, returning via same route— operated by Maryhill Depot only.

?. July 1953   Glasgow Cross turning: Cars proceed from Trongate via London Road to Moir Street, returning via Gallowgate.

4 November 1953   Service Milngavie or Maryhill and Glasgow Cross with­drawn. Linked with Service 29.

City Centre Termini: St. Vincent Place loop.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6 and 9.

Special Depot Workings: Langside—via Holmlea Road to Clarkston. For City reverse at Garry Street crossover.

SERVICE 14.

Colour: Blue. Service as at 3rd May 1938

Milngavie, Hillfoot or Maryhill and Renfrew Ferry via Canniesburn, Maryhill Road, St. George's Cross, New City Road, Cowcaddens, West Nile Street, St. Vincent Place, George Square (South Side), South Frederick Street, Ingram Street, Glassford Street, Stockwell Street, Gorbals, Pollok­shaws Road, Turriff Street, Eglinton Street, Pollokshaws Road, Shawlands, Pollokshaws West, Thornliebank Road, Spiersbridge, Private Track, Darnley Road, Main Street, Barrhead, The Cross, Arthurlie Street, Paisley Road, Cross Stobs, Caplethill Road (Single Track with passing loops), Neilston Road, Causeyside Street, Mirren Street, Paisley Cross, County Square, Sneddon Street, Renfrew Road, Paisley Road, Hairst Street, Canal Street and Ferry Road to Renfrew Ferry.

Variations—Milngavie etc. and Shawlands or Spiersbridge: Paisley Local Service: Renfrew (Ferry, Cross or South) and Paisley (Causeyside), Potterhill, Braids Road or Barrhead.

Depots: Maryhill, Newlands and Elderslie.

2 May 1943 Service re-routed between Queen's Cross, and Cowcaddens via Garscube Road instead of via Maryhill Road, New City Road (See Service 11).

15 August 1943   Wartime restrictions; cutting of long services:—Service split in two at Spiersbridge. Paisley section replaced by new Service 28. Service becomes Milngavie or Maryhill and Spiersbridge via Garscube Road, West Nile Street, Gorbals, Turriff Street. Depots: Maryhill and Newlands.

7 November 1943   Alternate cars from south curtailed at Gairbraid Avenue.

3 September 1944 Some cars turning at Gairbraid Avenue extended to Maryhill.

28 November 1945 Service to Milngavie curtailed at Hillfoot on Sundays and Maryhill at other times.

6 January 1946 Cars shortworking from north to Shawlands extended to Pollokshaws.

18 August 1946 Erection of Eglinton Toll Traffic barrier: Service re-routed between Cowcaddens and Eglinton Toll via Renfield Street (from very top), Jamaica Street, Bridge Street and Eglinton Street, see page 83.

12 January 1947 Service Spiersbridge or Pollokshaws and Maryhill or Hillfoot via Renfield Street, Garscube Road becomes Spiersbridge or Pollokshaws and University via Shawlands, Pollokshaws Road, Eglinton Street, Renfield Street, Sauchiehall Street, Charing Cross, Woodlands Road, Eldon Street, Gibson Street to University Avenue at University Men's Union. Depot: Newlands.

24 November 1947 Service to University withdrawn after 6.30 p.m. on weekdays. Service 14a replaces service to Spiersbridge.

3 April 1949 Glenfield-Barrhead single track section of Service 28 closed. Service 14 extended from Spiersbridge via Private Track and former route to Cross Stobs (Caplethill Road South end). Service resumed after 6.30 p.m.

4 October 1953 Portion of service shortworking from north to Spiersbridge extended to new terminus at Arden.

29 September 1956 Service to Cross Stobs withdrawn. All cars from University curtailed at Arden.

4 January 1959 Repairs to Eldon Street Bridge. Service to University with­drawn. Service becomes Arden and Kelvingrove.

1 November 1959 Service Arden and Kelvingrove withdrawn, replaced by Motorbus Service 57.

City Centre Termini: Originally St. Vincent Place loop; latterly St. Vincent Street.

Types of Car: Ex-Paisley, 4, 5, 6, 9 (after 1943), and 12.

Special Depot Workings: Elderslie—See Service 28 and Paisley Local. Newlands—via Kilmarnock Road and Shawlands Cross for the north. For south run via Kilmarnock Road to Pollokshaws East, reverse and via Coustonholm Road, Pleasance Street, Greenview Street and Pollokshaws Road.

SERVICE 14A.

Service Introduced 12.1.1947.

Spiersbridge or Pollokshaws and Kelvingrove via Pollokshaws Road, Eglinton Street, Jamaica Street, Renfield Street, Sauchiehall Street.

Depot: Newlands.

24 November 1947   Service augmented after 6.30 p.m. to replace Service 14.

21 August 1949   Service Spiersbridge or Pollokshaws and Kelvingrove with­drawn.

City Centre Termini: St. Vincent Street.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6 and 9.

SERVICE 14B.

Service Introduced 7.11.1948.

Castle Street and Carnwadric (following new Boydstone Road Extension), via Parliamentary Road, Renfield Street, Jamaica Street, Eglinton Street, Pollokshaws Road, Thornliebank Road, Boydstone Road to shops just short of Crebar Street.

Depot: Newlands.

Note: Service 25 Carnwadric shortworkings continue to turn at Boydstone Road East End.

20 February 1949   Service Castle Street and Carnwadric withdrawn, replaced by Service 31.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6 and 9.

SERVICE 15.

Colour: Green. Service as at 3rd May 1938

Airdrie and Ferguslie Mills via Clerk Street, Coatdyke, Coatbridge, Langloan, Bargeddie, Baillieston, Shettleston Road, Westmuir Street, Parkhead Cross, Gallowgate, Trongate, Argyle Street, Jamaica Street, Bridge Street, Nelson Street, Paisley Road West, Glasgow Road, Garth-land Street, Gauze Street, Paisley Cross, High Street, Wellmeadow Street, Broomlands Street to Ferguslie at West Lane.

Depots: Coatbridge, Parkhead, Govan and Elderslie.

11 February 1940   Service  extended  from  Fergulie   Mills   to  Elderslie,   to Elderslie Road at Fulbar Road.

4 May 1942   Service Elderslie and Airdrie becomes Elderslie and Shettleston.

2 May 1943   Service extended from Shettleston to Garrowhill.

15 August 1943 Wartime restrictions; reorganisation of long services:— Service Elderslie and Garrowhill split. Paisley section replaced by Services 21 and 32. Service becomes Anderston Cross and Baillieston or Airdrie from Stobcross Street via Argyle Street and former route.

Depots: Parkhead and Coatbridge.

3 November 1956 Service to Airdrie withdrawn. All cars from Glasgow turn at Baillieston (Private Track West end). Coatbridge Depot closed.

10 February 1957 Baillieston crossover moved citywards to Main Street at Martin Crescent.

12 March 1960 Parkhead Depot closed. Service transferred to Dennistoun Depot.

6 November 1960 Dennistoun Depot closed. Service transferred to Dalmarnock Depot.

10 March 1962 Service Anderston Cross and Baillieston withdrawn, replaced by Motorbus Service 62.

City Centre Termini: Pre-15 August 1943 St. Vincent Street:—from east via Glassford Street, George Square; from west via Union Street.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6, 9 and 13; Type 12 after November 1960.

Special Depot Workings: Parkhead—via Tollcross Road to City. For Shettleston etc. run to Springfield Road north end and reverse. Dennistoun —via Duke Street to Shettleston, reverse there for City (some cars run via Duke, George, St. Vincent and Hope Streets to Argyle Street). Dalmarnock—via Dalmarnock and London Roads to City; via Dalmarnock and Springfield Roads to Shettleston and Baillieston.

SERVICE 15A.

Colour: Green. Service as at 3rd May 1938

Uddingston or Tollcross and Ferguslie Mills from Main Street at Bellshill Road, via Glasgow Road, Hamilton Road, Tollcross Road, Parkhead Cross, Gallowgate and as Service 15.

Depots: Parkhead, Govan and Elderslie.

11 February 1940   Service extended from Ferguslie Mills to Elderslie.

15 August 1943   Wartime restrictions; reorganisation of long services. Service split replaced by Services 21, 29 and 32.

City Centre Termini: As Service 15.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6 and 9.

SERVICE 16.

Colour: Green. Service as at 3rd May 1938

Whiteinch and Keppochhill Road via Dumbarton Road, Argyle Street, Finnieston, St. Vincent Street, North Street, Sauchiehall Street, Charing Cross, St. George's Road, Round Toll, Mosshouse, Keppochhill Road to East end.

Depot: Possilpark.

11 February 1940   Service extended from Whiteinch to Scotstoun.

29 July 1945   Service diverted between St. Vincent Street and Charing Cross via Elmbank Street (North Street closed).

1 April 1951   Service extended from Keppochhill Road to Springburn (Elmvale Street).

16 March 1958   Operation of Service transferred from Possilpark to Partick Depot.

6 September 1959   Service cut back from Springburn to former terminus at Keppochhill Road.

11 March 1961   Service   Scotstoun   and   Keppochhill   Road   withdrawn, replaced by Motorbus Service 32.

City Centre Termini: Not applicable.

Types of Car: Only 4, 5, 6 until 1958, then 9 and 12 also.

Special Depot Workings: Possilpark—via Hawthorn Street, Saracen Street, Mosshouse: reverse there for Keppochhill Road: latterly via Hawthorn Street, Springburn Road.

SERVICE 17.

Colour: Red. Service as at 3rd May 1938

Cambuslang and Anniesland via Cambuslang Road, Dalmarnock Road, Bridgeton Cross, London Road, Argyle Street, Hope Street, Bothwell Street, St. Vincent Street, Finnieston, Argyle Street, Partick, Crow Road.

Depots: Partick and Dalmarnock.

15. 8.1943   Service becomes Cambuslang and Anderston Cross as before to Argyle Street, then running to Stobcross Street. Depot: Dalmarnock only.

8 December 1946   Service  extended  from   Anderston  Cross   to   Whiteinch running straight out Argyle Street. Partick recommences operation of part of Service.

17 December 1950   Sunday Service curtailed to Cambuslang and Anderston Cross.

10 October 1954 Service Cambuslang and Anderston Cross or Whiteinch becomes Cambuslang and Anniesland running through City via Argyle Street, Hope Street, Bothwell Street, St. Vincent Street, Finnieston, Argyle Street, Partick and Crow Road.

3 November 1956 Service to Cambuslang discontinued. Service runs Anniesland and Farme Cross terminating in Cambuslang Road at Duchess Road (New Crossover).

15 November 1958 Service Anniesland and Farme Cross withdrawn without replacement. Service 26a run to Farme Cross.

City Centre Termini: When Service operated via Bothwell StreetDouglas Street; when Service operated via Argyle Street Anderston Cross.

Types of Car: 4, 5 and 6 only (Cambuslang stub too short for others) until 1956 then 9; also 12 after June 1958.

SERVICE 18.

Colour: White. Service as at 3rd May 1938

Springburn and Rutherglen or Burnside from Hawthorn Street east end via Hawthorn Street, Bilsland Drive, Maryhill Road, St. George's Road, Sauchiehall Street, Elmbank Street, Bothwell Street, Hope Street, Argyle Street, London Road, Bridgeton Cross, Main Street, Rutherglen Bridge, Shawfield, Main Street Rutherglen, Stonelaw Road.

Depots: Maryhill and Dalmarnock.

7 November 1943   All cars from Springburn curtailed at Rutherglen.

30 April 1944   Half Service re-extended from Rutherglen to Burnside.

7 August 1955 Removal of trams from Main Street Rutherglen: Burnside cars diverted from Bridgeton Cross to run via Dalmarnock Road, Farmeloan Road and Stonelaw Road. Rutherglen portion curtailed at Shawfield and renumbered 18a. Cars running from Shawfield show '18'.

3 June 1961 Service Springburn and Burnside withdrawn, replaced by Motorbus Service '18'.

City Centre Termini: Cars from North: Douglas Street and Glasgow Cross. Cars from South: Douglas Street.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6 and 9; 12 from 1958.

Special Depot Workings: Maryhill—via Maryhill Road to City. For Springburn reverse at Vernon Street crossover. Dalmarnock—till 7.8.1955 via Dalmarnock Road to City. For Burnside and Rutherglen run to Abercromby Street, reverse to go via Main Street.

SERVICE 18A.

Service Introduced 7.8.1955.

Springburn to Shawfield running alternately with Service 18 from Spring­burn to Bridgeton Cross then via Main Street, Rutherglen Bridge and Shawfield Road to its junction with Rutherglen Road and Glasgow Road.

Depots: Maryhill and Dalmarnock.

Cars show '18' when running back to Springburn.

3 June 1961   Service Springburn to Shawfield withdrawn with Service 18. See under Service 18.

SERVICE 19.

Colour: White. Service as at 3.5.1938.

Springburn and Netherlee from Elmvale Street via Springburn Road, Castle Street, High Street, Glasgow Cross, Saltmarket, Crown Street, Cathcart Road, Holmlea Road, Clarkston Road to crossover at Ormonde Drive.

Depots: Possilpark and Langside.

2 May 1943   Service cut to Springburn and Mount Florida

19 July 1943   Service re-extended to Netherlee except on Sundays.

20 February 1949   Service Springburn and Mount Florida or Netherlee with drawn and replaced by Motorbus Service 37.

City Centre Termini: Cars from North: Glasgow Cross. Cars from South: Castle Street.

Types of Car: Basically 4, 5 and 6, some of type 9.

Special Depot Workings: Possilpark—via Hawthorn Street, Springburn Road. Langside—via Holmlea Road to Netherlee. For north reverse at Garry Street crossover. Cars may have used Prospecthill Road at the times when the service was curtailed at Mount Florida (q.v. Service 12).

SERVICE 20.

Service as at 3rd May 1938

Yoker or Clydebank and Duntocher via Kilbowie Road, Glasgow Road, Parkhall, to Dumbarton Road Duntocher at Roman Road.

Depot: Partick.

19January 1941 Radnor Park shortworking replaced by new crossover at Parkhall.

March 1941   Clydeside Blitz under construction.

4 december 1949   Service withdrawn and replaced by Motorbus Service 20.

Types of Car: Route dominated by low bridge (13 feet) and steep hill. Run only by Single Deck cars comprising cut down ex-Paisley cars and 'Saxby' Standards, i.e. cars of Classes 4, 7 and 15.

Special Depot Workings: Partick—via Dumbarton Road.

SERVICE 21.

Service Introduced 3rd May 1938

Provanmill and Crookston via Garngad Road, Parliamentary Road, Renfield Street, Jamaica Street, Nelson Street, Paisley Road West.

Depots: Govan, Possilpark.

23 June 1940 Service becomes Provanmill and Hillington Road as before to Paisley Road Toll, then via Govan Road, Renfrew Road.

14 March 1941   Clydeside Blitz under construction

6 June 1943   Service extended from Hillington Road to Renfrew Cross.

15 August 1943   Service Reorganisation:  Provanmill and Renfrew Cross withdrawn. New Service: Elderslie and Anniesland to replace part of Services 15, 15a and 17 via Paisley Cross, Paisley Road West, Nelson Street, Commerce Street, Oswald Street, Hope Street, Bothwell Street, St. Vincent Street, Finnieston, Argyle Street, Partick and Crow Road. Depots: Partick, Govan and Elderslie.

10 October 1954 Service Elderslie and Anniesland curtailed to Elderslie and St. Vincent Street as before to Nelson Street, then inwards via Jamaica Bridge, Union Street, to St. Vincent Street returning via Hope Street, Oswald Street, George V Bridge and Commerce Street. Partick Depot ceases to operate service.

11 May 1957   Service Elderslie and St. Vincent Street withdrawn.

City Centre Termini: Douglas Street until 1954. Pre-1943 unknown— probably St. Vincent Street.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6 and 9; Type 12 from the time it operated from Govan Depot.

Special Depot Workings: Possilpark—as Service 2.

SERVICE 22.

Service Introduced 15.8.1943.

Crookston and St. Vincent Street via Paisley Road West, Nelson Street, Commerce Street, George V Bridge, Oswald Street, Hope Street to St. Vincent Street (returns via same route).

Depot: Govan.

17 March 1946 Service Crookston and St. Vincent Street extended to Lambhill via Hope Street, Cowcaddens, Garscube Road, Possil Road, Saracen Street, Balmore Road to Strachur Street (formerly Drummond Street) to replace Service 31. Depots: Possilpark and Govan.

15 November 1958 Service Crookston and Lambhill withdrawn, replaced by Motorbus Service 54.

City Centre Termini: Commerce Street and St. Vincent Street.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6 and 12.

Special Depot Workings: Possilpark—via Hawthorn Street, Saracen Street to City. For Lambhill reverse at Saracen Cross using wrong-line working because of position of crossover north of turn-out.

SERVICE 23.

Service Introduced 15.8.1943.

Airdrie and Kelvingrove via Clerk Street, Airdrie, Airdrie Cross, Coatdyke, Coatbridge, Private Track, Baillieston, Shettleston Road, Duke Street, George Street, George Square (North and West sides), St. Vincent Place, St. Vincent Street, Renfield Street, Sauchiehall Street to Radnor Street.

Depots: Dennistoun and Coatbridge.

12 January 1947 Service becomes Airdrie and Gairbraid Avenue via former route to St. Vincent Place, then via West Nile Street, Cowcaddens, Garscube Road, Maryhill Road to replace part of Service 14. Maryhill Depot commences to operate part of the service

5 May 1952 Service beyond Baillieston to Airdrie withdrawn at:—Sundays: All day Weekdays:  except between hours of 7-9 a.m.  and 4.30-6.30 p.m.

5 July 1953 Removal of trams from West Nile Street. Service Airdrie or Baillieston and Gairbraid Avenue rerouted between St. Vincent Place and Queen's Cross by St. Vincent Street, Renfield Street, Sauchiehall Street, Cambridge Street, New
City Road, St George's Cross and Maryhill Road.

10 October 1954 Service to Airdrie completely withdrawn. All cars turn at Baillieston. Coatbridge Depot ceases to operate service.

10 February 1957 Services 15 and 23 Baillieston Terminus cut back from Private Track to new crossover nearer Glasgow at Martin Crescent.

18 August 1957 Service Baillieston and Gairbraid Avenue extended at all times to Maryhill. (Maryhill Road at Garscube Estate East Lodge Gate).

5 June 1960 Removal of trams from Renfield Street, Sauchiehall Street and Cambridge Street. Service diverted between St. Vincent Street and New City Road by St. Vincent Street, Hope Street, Cowcaddens and New City Road

6 November 1960 Service Baillieston and Maryhill withdrawn, replaced by Motorbus Service 60.

City Centre Termini: Cars from East: St. Vincent Street (at Wellington Street). Cars from North: St. Vincent Place till 13 May 1953, then North Albion Street.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6 and exclusively 9 from about 1952.

SERVICE 24.

Service Introduced 15.8.1943 (new number for Service 5a).

Anniesland and Langside via Crow Road, Clarence Drive, Highburgh Road, Church Street, Kelvin Hall, Sauchiehall Street, Renfield Street, Jamaica Street, Bridge Street, Eglinton Street, Eglinton Toll, Victoria Road, Queen's Drive and Langside Road to Langside Monument at Battle Place.

Depots: Partick and Langside.

18 August 1946 Erection of Eglinton Toll Barrier (see page 83). Service re-routed between Renfield Street and Eglinton Toll by St. Vincent Street, George Square (South side), South Frederick Street, Ingram Street, Glassford Street, Stockwell Street, Gorbals, Pollokshaws Road.

1 July 1951 Removal of Trams from Gorbals—preparations. Service re-routed between Renfield Street and Eglinton Toll, by Jamaica Street, Bridge Street, Eglinton Street, Turriff Street Pollokshaws Road and Eglinton Toll. To replace Service 11 (Sinclair Drive)—Half Langside service diverted to run to Sinclair Drive.

5 August 1951 Sinclair Drive portion replaced by Service 24a. Full service returns to Langside.

28 September 1956 Langside Depot closed. Portion of Service transferred to Newlands.

17 November 1957   Service 5/5a withdrawn; Extra cars operated from south to Broomhill Cross at certain times. 16. 3.1958   Service Anniesland and Langside withdrawn, replaced by Motorbus Service 44.

City Centre Termini: Cars from South: St. Vincent Street. Cars from North: Bridge Street and St. Vincent Place. Latter till 13.5.1953, then North Albion Street.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6 and 9; 12 from September 1956.

Special Depot Workings: Langside—via Battlefield Road, Grange Road to City. For Langside run to Queen's Park crossover and reverse. Partick —via Crow Road, Broomhill Cross to Anniesland: via Dumbarton Road to City. Newlands—via Kilmarnock Road, Pollokshaws Road and to City; reverse at Coplaw Street for Langside.

SERVICE 24A.

Service Introduced 5 .8 .1951.

Kelvingrove and Sinclair Drive from Radnor Street, via Sauchiehall Street, Renfield Street, Bridge Street, Eglinton Street, Turriff Street, Victoria Road, Queen's Drive, Grange Road and Sinclair Drive.

Depot: Langside.

2 December 1951   Service Kelvingrove and Sinclair Drive withdrawn, replaced by Motorbus Service 43. Sinclair Drive closed to trams.

See under Service 24.

SERVICE 25.

Service Introduced 15.8.1943.

Bishopbriggs or Springburn (Elmvale Street) and Carnwadric or Rouken Glen via Springburn Road, Castle Street, Parliamentary Road, Renfield Street, Jamaica Street, Bridge Street, Eglinton Street, Pollokshaws Road, Shawlands Cross, Pollokshaws Road, Thornliebank Road—to Carnwadric (Boydstone Road East End), to Rouken Glen via Thornliebank, and Rouken Glen Road to Park Gates. On reaching Rouken Glen Cars display '8' and continue back to City via Giffnock as Service 8. Similarly Service 8 cars arriving at Rouken Glen display '25' and return via Thornliebank.

Depots: Possilpark, Dennistoun and Newlands.

7 November 1948 Carnwadric (Boydstone Road) extension opened: served by Service 14b. Service 25 cars continue to turn on crossover at East end.

21 August 1949 Carnwadric cars extended along Boydstone Road to new terminus near Crebar Street (see also Service 31).

10 October 1954 Service to Bishopbriggs curtailed at Colston in Hillcroft Terrace. Bishopbriggs covered by Service 32.

20 March 1955   All Colston Cars re-extended to Bishopbriggs.

16 November 1958 Portion of Cars shortworking to Springburn extended to Bishopbriggs to replace Service 32.

15 March 1959 Service 8 replaced by Motorbuses. Service 25 becomes independent. Rouken Glen terminus extended eastwards to crossover at Milverton Road (formerly used from east by Service 8 'Giffnock') and becomes a turning point. Cars show '25 Rouken Glen' and run via Thornliebank to this point, reverse and return as 25 to city via Thornliebank. Dennis­toun Depot ceases to operate this service.

6 June 1959 Service Bishopbriggs or Springburn and Carnwadric or Rouken Glen (Milverton Road) withdrawn and replaced by Motorbus Service 45. Former Circular Services at Rouken Glen resumed by Motorbus Services 38 and 45.

City Centre Termini: Cars from South: St. Vincent Street or Castle Street (Monkland Street), a few to North Hanover Street. Cars from North: Bridge Street.

Types of Car: 4, 5,6,9 and 12.

Special Depot Workings: Dennistoun—via Duke Street to Bluevale Street crossover, reverse and via Cumbernauld Road to Aitken Street, reverse and via Alexandra Parade to Castle Street to take up appropriate route. Possilpark—via Hawthorn Street and Springburn Road for the south, Reverse in Springburn Road for Bishopbriggs. Newlands—via Kilmar­nock Road to City. For South run to Pollokshaws East, reverse and via Coustonholm Road, Pleasance Street, Greenview Street and Pollok­shaws Road.

SERVICE 26.

Service Introduced 15.8.1943.

Burnside or Rutherglen and Scotstoun, Clydebank or Dalmuir West via Stonelaw Road, Farmeloan Road, Dalmarnock Road, Bridgeton Cross, London Road, Argyle Street, Partick, Whiteinch, Yoker.

Depots: Partick and Dalmarnock.

23 January 1949 Service to Rutherglen extended to Oatlands via Main Street Rutherglen, Glasgow Road to Rutherglen Road at Rose-berry Street. Other half of Service continues to operate to Burnside.

7 August 1955 Removal of trams from Main Street Rutherglen. Oatlands portion of service withdrawn, renumbered 26a and operated to Shawfield running via Bridgeton Cross, Main Street Bridgeton, Rutherglen Bridge and Shawfield Road to its junction with Rutherglen Road and Glasgow Road. Cars show '26' when returning to Scotstoun etc.

16 November 1958 Shawfield 26a cars diverted to run to Farme Cross via Dal­marnock showing '26'. Service 26 becomes Clydebank or Scotstoun and Farme Cross or Burnside. This counteracts the withdrawal of Service 17. 3. 6.1961 Burnside portion withdrawn. Cars from city terminate at Dalmarnock or Farme Cross.

22 October 1961   Service to Farme Cross withdrawn without replacement, all cars from city terminate at Dalmarnock.

June 1962   Service Clydebank or Scotstoun and Dalmarnock with­drawn, replaced by Motorbus Service.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9; 12 after June 1958.

City Centre Termini: Cars from East: Anderston Cross. Cars from West: Glasgow Cross.

SERVICE 26A.

Service Introduced 7.8.1955.

Clydebank or Scotstoun to Shawfield via Partick, Argyle Street, London Road, Bridgeton Cross,  Main Street  Bridgeton,   Rutherglen  Bridge, Shawfield Road to its junction with Glasgow Road and Rutherglen Road.

Depots: Partick and Dalmarnock.
Cars interwork with Service 26 Burnside and show '26' on their return journeys.

16 November 1958   Service transferred to run to Farme Cross to replace Service 17. Cars show '26' after first day.

See under Service 26.

SERVICE 27.

Service Introduced 15.8.1943.

Springburn and Shieldhall or Renfrew Cross from Hawthorn Street east end via Hawthorn Street, Saracen Street, Possil Road, Garscube Road, Cowcaddens, Hope Street, Oswald Street, George V Bridge, Commerce Street, Nelson Street, Paisley Road Toll, Govan Road, Renfrew Road, High Street Renfrew.

Depots: Govan and Possilpark.

20 April 1946 Alternate cars from south turned at Saracen Cross (Possil­park) between noon and 2 p.m. on Saturdays.

11 May 1957 Service to Renfrew Cross withdrawn (Paisley and Renfrew Abandonment). All cars turn at Shieldhall or Hillington Road.

16 March 1958 Service Springburn and Shieldhall or Hillington Road withdrawn and replaced by Motorbus Service 52.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6 and 12.

City Centre Termini: Cars from North: Commerce Street. Cars from South: St. Vincent Street.

SERVICE 28.

Service Introduced 15.8.1943.

Renfrew Ferry and Spiersbridge via Renfrew Cross, Paisley Road, Weir Street, Sneddon Street, County Square, Paisley Cross, Mirren Street, Causeyside Street, Neilston Road, Caplethill Road, Cross Stobs, Arthurlie Street, Barrhead, Main Street, Darnley Road, Private Track.

Depot: Elderslie.

3 April 1949   Abandonment of Single Track section between Glenfield and Cross Stobs. Service becomes Renfrew Ferry and Potterhill or Glenfield. Glenfield—Caplethill Road just east of Glenfield Road.

4 June 1950   Potterhill Crossover removed, replaced by one at Lochfield Road.

11 May 1957 Abandonment of Paisley and Renfrew Services. Service Renfrew Ferry and Lochfield Road or Glenfield withdrawn.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6 and 10; 9 after 1950.

Note: Service 28 was displayed for most Paisley Local Services, even those running east-west between Ferguslie and Hawkhead Road. (See under Paisley Local).

Special Depot Workings: Elderslie—via Elderslie Road, Ferguslie Mills, Broomlands, High Street, County Square for Renfrew. Cars for the south run as above to County Square and reverse.

SERVICE 29.

Service Introduced 15.8.1943.

Anderston Cross and Tollcross or Uddingston from Stobcross Street, via Argyle Street, Gallowgate, Parkhead, Tollcross Road, Hamilton Road, Main Street Uddingston to its junction with Bellshill Road.

Depot: Parkhead.

29 August 1948 Service to Uddingston withdrawn. Cars running beyond Tollcross terminate at Broomhouse, a new crossover in Hamilton Road on Calder Bridge, just east of Calderpark Zoo.

4 October 1953 Service linked with No. 13 becomes: Broomhouse or Tollcross and Maryhill or Milngavie via Tollcross Road, Gallowgate, Argyle Street, Hope Street, Cowcaddens, New City Road, St. George's Cross, Maryhill Road, to Maryhill (Caldercuilt Road) to Milngavie via Canniesburn, Milngavie Road, to Main Street Milngavie at Park Road. Also short working regular service between Maryhill and Maitland Street introduced. Depots: Maryhill and Parkhead.

2 November 1953 Maryhill and Maitland Street shortworkings extended to Glasgow Cross via Hope Street, Argyle Street, London Road, Moir Street, returning via Gallowgate.

7 February 1954 To accommodate ex-Liverpool cars, Maryhill terminus moved from stub in Caldercuilt Road to new crossover in Maryhill Road at Garscube Estate East Lodge Gate.

3 November 1956   Service beyond Maryhill to Milngavie withdrawn.

7 June 1959   Parkhead Depot duties transferred to Dalmarnock Depot.

6 November 1960   Service beyond Tollcross to Broomhouse abandoned. 22.10.1961   Service Maryhill and Glasgow Cross or Tollcross withdrawn, replaced by Motorbus Service 61.

N.B.: All cars running from Broomhouse or Tollcross to Anderston Cross show '15', after 1956.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6 and 9; Type 13 after 1954, and 12 from June 1959.

City Centre Termini: Cars from East: Anderston Cross. Cars from North: Glasgow Cross, some turn at Maitland Street at peak hours.

Special Depot Workings: Dalmarnock—To Maryhill via Dalmarnock Road and London Road. To Tollcross via Dalmarnock Road, Springfield Road and Parkhead Cross.

SERVICE 30.

Service Introduced 3rd May 1938

Circular St. Vincent Street and Exhibition operating both ways via Jamaica Bridge, Bridge Street, Eglinton Street, Maxwell Road, Kenmure Street, Albert Drive, St. Andrew's Drive, Nithsdale Road, Dumbreck Road, Mosspark Boulevard, Corkerhill Road, Paisley Road West, Nelson Street, Commerce Street, George V Bridge, Hope Street.

Depot: Govan.

31 October 1938   Service withdrawn on closure of Exhibition.

15 August 1943   Service reintroduced to replace Nos. 1 and 1a. Knightswood or Kelvinside and Springfield Road via Gt.Western Road, St. George's Cross, New City Road, Cam­bridge Street, Sauchiehall Street, Renfield Street, St, Vincent Street, George Square (West and North sides), George Street, Duke Street, Parkhead Cross and Springfield Road to South end.
Depots: Partick, Dennistoun and Parkhead.

8 April 1945 Service extended from Springfield Road (alternate cars) to Cambuslang via Dalmarnock Road, Farme Cross, Cambuslang Road, Main Street Cambuslang.

28 October 1945 Kelvinside turning point moved south along Hyndland Road to Hyndland Station.

23 January 1949 Service to Cambuslang withdrawn. Springfield Road runs extended to Dalmarnock via Dalmarnock Road to cross­over at Birkwood Street.

31 July 1949 New extension (private track) opened from Knightswood Cross to Blairdardie Canal Bridge. Service becomes Blairdardie and Dalmarnock.

19 April 1953 Service 1 and 30 retimed etc. Service 30 shortworkings to Kelvinside extended to Anniesland.

15 November 1958 Crow Road closed. Some Partick Depot workings altered— see below.

15 March 1959   All Parkhead Depot duties transferred to Dennistoun Depot.

1 November 1959 Sauchiehall Street (Kelvingrove-Charing Cross) closed; some Partick Depot Workings altered—see below.

12 March 1960 Service Blairdardie, Knightswood or Anniesland and Dal­marnock withdrawn and replaced along with Service 1, by Motorbus Service 58.

Types of Car: 4, 5 and 6 only, because of sharp curves at Parkhead.

City Centre Termini: Cars from East: St. Vincent Street (at Wellington Street). Cars from West: St. Vincent Place loop till 13 .5.1953, then North Albion Street.

Special Depot Workings: Parkhead—via Tollcross Road and Springfield Road. Cars for City run to Springfield Road north end, and reverse. Partick—Cars for Knightswood etc. till 15.11.1958 run via Crow Road to Anniesland and reverse. From 15.11.1958 run via Dumbarton Road to Scotstoun West, reverse and via Anniesland Road to Anniesland and reverse. Cars for City and East till 1.11.1959 run via Dumbarton Road, Sauchiehall Street, and Charing Cross. From 1.11.1959 run via Dumbar­ton Road, Argyle Street, Trongate, London Road, Moir Street, Gallow­gate, Trongate, Argyle Street, Hope Street and St. Vincent Street. Special Destinations to be shown in latter case—'9 Moir Street' then 'Blank No. and St. Vincent Street' and then '30 and appropriate destination'.

SERVICE 31.

Service Introduced 3rd May 1938

Linthouse and Exhibition from Holmfauld Road (connecting with White­inch Ferry), via Govan Road, Golspie Street, Langlands Road, Elder Street, Crossloan Road, Craigton Road, Jura Street to South end.

Depot: Govan.

31 October 1938   Service withdrawn on closure of Exhibition.

15 August 1943   Service Reintroduced to replace Service 4b. Lambhill and Hillington Road or Renfrew Cross from Strachur Street via Balmore Road, Saracen Street, Possil Road, Garscube Road, Cowcaddens, Hope Street, Oswald Street, George V Bridge, Commerce Street, Nelson Street, Paisley Road Toll, Govan Road, Renfrew Road, High Street Renfrew.
Depots: Govan and Possilpark.

17 March 1946   Service merged with Service 27. Lambhill portion replaced by Service 22.

20 February 1949   Service Reintroduced to replace Service 14b. Lambhill and Carnwadric from Strachur Street via Balmore Road, Saracen Street, Possil Road, St. George's Road, Charing Cross, Sauchiehall Street, Renfield Street, Jamaica Street, Bridge Street, Eglinton Street, Pollokshaws Road, Shawlands Cross, Pollokshaws Road, Cross Street, Thornlie­bank Road, Boydstone Road to new terminus near Crebar Street.
Depots: Possilpark and Newlands.

21 August 1949   Reorganisation of Services. Service 25 extended to new Carnwadric terminus, Service 31 cut back to Pollokshaws (Greenview Street West end).

2 November 1952   Pollokshaws Terminus moved south to new stub in Nether Auldhouse Road West End.

8 April 1956   Service becomes Lambhill and Merrylee routed as before to Shawlands Cross then via Kilmarnock Road to crossover just south of traffic lights at Merrylee Road.

18 August 1957 Merrylee crossover moved 180 yards south to near Briar Road.

15 March 1959   Portion of Service operated by Possilpark Depot transferred to Newlands Depot. Last car to Lambhill departs Union Street 11.15 p.m. 5.12.1959   Service Lambhill and Merrylee withdrawn without replace­ment.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6 and 9 in 1938. 4, 5, 6 from 1943 to 1946. 4, 5, 6, 9 and 12 1949 onwards.

City Centre Termini: St. Vincent Street. Not common latterly.

Special Depot Workings: Possilpark—As Service 22. Newlands—From 20.2.1949 till 8.4.1956 run to City via Kilmarnock Road, and for Carnwadric or Pollokshaws run to Pollokshaws East, reverse and via Coustonholm Road, Pleasance Street, Greenview Street and Pollokshaws Road.

SERVICE 32.

Service Introduced 15.8.1943.

Provanmill and Elderslie via Garngad Road, Castle Street, Parliamentary Road, Renfield Street, Jamaica Street, Bridge Street, Nelson Street, Paisley Road West, Paisley Cross, High Street Paisley, Wellmeadow Street, Broomlands Street, to Elderslie Road at Fulbar Road.

Depots: Possilpark, Elderslie and Govan.

20 February 1949 Preparations for Trolleybuses to Provanmill. Service becomes Elderslie and Springburn or Bishopbriggs from Elderslie as before to Castle Street, then via Springburn Road and Kirkintilloch Road.

2 August 1953 All cars from Elderslie terminated at Springburn (Elmvale Street).

10 October 1954 Service Elderslie and Springburn becomes Crookston and Bishopbriggs from Crookston Road, and as before.
Depots: Govan and Possilpark.

20 March 1955   Some cars curtailed at Springburn (Elmvale Street).

15 November 1958 Service Crookston and Springburn or Bishopbriggs replaced between Crookston and Springburn by Motorbus Service 55 and to Bishopbriggs by extra cars on Service 25.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6, 9 and 12. No Cars of Type 9 after 1954.

City Centre Termini: Cars from North: Castle Street, North Hanover Street and Bridge Street. Cars from South-West: St. Vincent Street, North Hanover Street and Castle Street.

Special Depot Workings: Possilpark—via Hawthorn Street, Springburn Road, Castle Street. Cars for Provanmill reverse at 181 Castle Street. From 20.2.1949, Route as before but cars for Bishopbriggs reverse in Springburn Road.

SERVICE 33.

Service Introduced 26.11.1944.

Circle Springburn operating in both directions from Hawthorn Street East end via Springburn Road, Castle Street, Parliamentary Road, Sauchiehall Street, St. George's Road, Maryhill Road, Bilsland Drive and Hawthorn Street.

Depot: Possilpark.

15 March 1959   Operation of service transferred from Possilpark to Maryhill Depot.

2 May 1959   Service Circle Springburn withdrawn without replacement.

Types of Car: Always 4, 5, 6. The Odd Car of Type 9 between March and May 1959 only.

SERVICE 34.

Service Introduced 17.3.1946.

Circle Parkhead and Bridgeton Cross operating in both directions from Springfield Road via Duke Street, Bellgrove Street, Abercromby Street, London Road, Dalmarnock Road and Springfield Road.

Depot: Dalmarnock.

23 November 1947   Service withdrawn on Sundays.

23 January 1949   Service becomes (all week) Dennistoun and Circle Rutherglen from Carntyne Road via Duke Street, Bellgrove Street, Abercromby Street, London Road, Dalmarnock Road, Farmeloan Road, Rutherglen returning via Main Street, Glasgow Road, Shawfield Road, Main Street Bridgeton, London Road, Abercromby Street, Bellgrove Street, Duke Street.
(See Service 35 for opposite direction).

29 May 1949 Service becomes Alexandra Park and Auchenshuggle from Aitken Street North end via Cumbernauld Road, Duke Street, Bellgrove Street, Abercromby Street, London Road to near Causewayside Street.

4 March 1951   Service becomes Auchenshuggle and Anderston Cross via London Road, Argyle Street to Stobcross Street.

4 May 1952   Service Auchenshuggle and Anderston Cross merged with Service 9.

Types of Car: 4, 5 and 6.

Special Depot Workings: Dalmarnock—From 29.5.1949 onwards as Service 9.

SERVICE 35.

Service Introduced 23 .1.1949.

Dennistoun and Circle Rutherglen from Carntyne Road via Duke Street, Bellgrove Street, Abercromby Street, London Road, Main Street Bridge­ton, Rutherglen Bridge, Shawfield Road, Glasgow Road, Main Street Rutherglen, returning via Farmeloan Road, Dalmarnock Road, London Road, Abercromby Street, Bellgrove Street and Duke Street (see also Service 34).

Depot: Dalmarnock.

29 May 1949   Service Dennistoun and Circle Rutherglen withdrawn.

Types of Car: 4, 5 and 6.

SERVICE 36.

Service Introduced 23.1.1949.

Kelvinside and Circle Parkhead from Hyndland Station via Gt. Western Road, Park Road, Woodlands Road, Sauchiehall Street, Elmbank Street, Bothwell Street, Hope Street, Argyle Street, Trongate, London Road, Dalmarnock Road, Springfield Road, returning via Gallowgate, Trongate, Argyle Street (see Service 10).

Depots: Partick and Dalmarnock.

19 April 1953   Service Kelvinside and Circle Parkhead withdrawn.

Types of Car: 4, 5 and 6.

City Centre Termini: Glasgow Cross.

 

SERVICE 40.

Service Introduced 5.12.1943.

Dumbreck and St. Vincent Street from Mosspark Boulevard East end via Boulevard, Corkerhill Road, Paisley Road West, Nelson Street, Com­merce Street, George V Bridge, Oswald Street, Hope Street and St. Vincent Street.

Depots: Newlands and Partick.

26 August 1945   Newlands Depot duties transferred to Govan.

28 October 1945 Service extended to become Dumbreck and Gairbraid Avenue routed as before to Hope Street, then via Bothwell Street, Elmbank Street, Sauchiehall Street, St. George's Road and Maryhill Road. Service operated by Partick Depot transferred to Maryhill Depot.

Depots: Govan and Maryhill.

4 April 1948 Service extended from Gairbraid  Avenue to Maryhill (Caldercuilt Road).

7 May 1950 Service Maryhill and Dumbreck curtailed to Maryhill and Ibrox (Broomloan Road, South end.)

5 March 1951   Service Maryhill and Ibrox re-extended to Dumbreck on Weekdays 4-6 p.m.

7 February 1954 Service 29 and 40 Maryhill terminus moved from Calder­cuilt Road to new crossover in Maryhill Road at Garscube Estate East Lodge Gate.

9 May 1954   Sunday service curtailed to Maryhill and Douglas Street.

22 August 1954   Sunday Service withdrawn.

3 November 1956 Monday-Saturday Service Maryhill and Ibrox or Dumbreck withdrawn following abandonment of Milngavie portion which resulted in a higher frequency of Service 29 turning at Maryhill.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6,9 and 12.

City Centre Termini: After 1945, Douglas Street.

Special Depot Workings: Newlands—For St. Vincent Street via Kilmar­nock Road, Pollokshaws Road, Eglinton Street, Kingston Street, Com­merce Street. For Dumbreck via above route to Albert Drive, reverse and run via Service 3 route through Pollokshields to Dumbreck. Incoming cars from Dumbreck run via Service 3 route to Eglinton Toll reverse and via Pollokshaws Road etc. Partick—via Dumbarton Road, Argyle Street, Finnieston, St. Vincent Street, and Bothwell Street.

 

AIRDRIE LOCAL

Colour: Green. Service as at 3.5.1938.

Ran between various local crossovers from Bargeddie to Airdrie via Private Track, Langloan, Bank Street, Main Street Coatbridge, Deedes Street, Alexander Street, Stirling Street, Airdrie Cross, Graham Street, and Clerk Street to its junction with Carlisle Road-A73.

Depot: Coatbridge.

3 November 1956   Airdrie Section abandoned. Service withdrawn.

Types of Car: 4, 5, 6 and 9.

PAISLEY LOCAL

Colour: Blue or Green. Service as at 3 .5.1938.

Linking all shortworkings termini on East-West route between Elderslie and Hawkhead Road; and on North-South route between Renfrew Ferry and Barrhead. Cars also operated between Elderslie, Ferguslie Mills etc. and Renfrew.

Depot: Elderslie.

11.  5.1957   Abandonment of Paisley and Renfrew Services—Service

withdrawn. Types of Car: 4, 5, 6; 10 after 1951 and also some 9. Special Depot Workings: between Elderslie and Elderslie Depot via Elderslie Road, and also see under Service 28.

SERVICES WITHDRAWN PRIOR TO ABOVE NUMBERING SCHEME

The undernoted Services were all withdrawn prior to the introduction of the above numbering scheme, and only route details together with withdrawal dates (where known) are given.

BATTLEFIELD AND CARLTON PLACE.

Colour: Red.

Running at January 1925, but known to be short-lived. Service operated Monday-Friday at morning, mid-day and evening peak periods, and on Saturday mornings, no Service on Sundays.

From Grange Road (Battlefield) via Grange Road, Queen's Drive, Victoria Road, Eglinton Street, Elgin Street (now Turriff Street), Mackin­lay Street, Abbotsford Place, and South Portland Street to North end.

Depot: Langside

 

FINNIESTON AND  STOBCROSS FERRY.

Colour: Green—usually operated by S/D one-man Car No. 92.

From North end of Finnieston Street to Finnieston Quay. Service with­drawn—1927.

Depot: Partick.

KILBARCHAN AND RENFREW FERRY.

Colour: Green.

From Kilbarchan via Steeple Street, Ewing Street, Kilbarchan Road, Graham Street, MacDowall Street, High Street (Johnstone), Thornhill, Main Street (Elderslie), Ferguslie Mills, Broomlands Street, High Street (Paisley), Gilmour Street, Weir Street, Renfrew Road, Paisley Road, Ferry Road.

Service acquired 1923 with Paisley undertaking.

Service withdrawn 30 April 1932 on abandonment of Elderslie-Kilbarchan section, replaced by G.C.T. Bus Service 12.

Depots: Elderslie and Renfrew.

PAISLEY CROSS AND ABBOTSINCH.

Colour: Green—operated by S/D Car No. 92 from 1927.

From Paisley (County Square), via Old Sneddon Street, Love Street and Inchinnan Road.

Service acquired 1923 with Paisley undertaking.

Service withdrawn 26.3.1933, replaced by G.C.T. Bus Service 17.

Depot: Elderslie.

Transport Route Map 1950's