Newton (Lanark) Railway Station
Newton railway station is a railway station located between the town of Cambuslang and the village of Newton in South Lanarkshire, Greater Glasgow, Scotland. The station is managed by First ScotRail on the Argyle and Cathcart Circle Lines.
Read more about Newton (Lanark) Railway Station: History, Station Information, Stages of Electrification and Subsequent Layout Changes
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