Top 10 'named' Scottish railway stations

1 Queen Street:

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One of the two major mainline stations that serve Glasgow.

2 Waverley: The station that sits in the heart of Edinburgh is named after Sir Walter Scott's historical novels.

3 Gilmour Street: One of three stations in Paisley, close to the street of the same name.

4 South Beach: It's not in Miami, this is the best-used of three stations in Ardrossan, named after the nearby beach.

5 Queen Margaret: On the Fife Circle line, it take its name from Dunfermline's Queen Margaret Hospital.

6 Sunnyside: You'd never know it by the weather, but Coatbridge is endowed with six stations, Sunnyside being one of them.

7 Grahamston: One of three stations in Falkirk, the others being Falkirk High and Camelon

8 Outward Bound: Prefixed by Loch Eil, it lies between Fort William and Mallaig.

9 Lower: One of two stations in Tynrdrum, the other being Tyndrum Upper.

10 Strathclyde: The full name of Howwood is Howwood Strathclyde.

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