Queen Street Station gets arty makeover for Games

PLATFORMS at Queen Street Station have received a makeover courtesy of a firm of textile designers.

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The murals at Queen Street station depict many of the city's famous landmarks
The murals at Queen Street station depict many of the city's famous landmarks

Bespoke Atelier has adorned the station with images of Glasgow landmarks including the Barrowland, the Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow School of Art, Temple-ton's Carpet factory and the Clyde Auditorium.

The eye-catching designs span about 180 metres in total,

Yvonne Elliot, who co-owns Bespoke Atelier alongside Marion Parola, said: "We were honoured. It's a big project in a prominent location, so we were really pleased.

"Hopefully everyone travelling enjoys it."

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