Cessnock located at Glasgow G51 1AS, UK

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yer maw

5 Google Rating

Great community

5/ 5

Great community

Mazhar I Ch

4 Google Rating

Good Service

4/ 5

Good Service

Rhona Macqueen

4 Google Rating

Does what it says on the tin. Only thing is I find these stations have got one really small platform

4/ 5

Does what it says on the tin. Only thing is I find these stations have got one really small platform and when it's busy can be quite scary - due to the bustling of people going for inner or outer - you have to be able to hold your ground or end up on the tracks. Not suitable for parents with young children at busy times I feel, due to narrow platform.

Arran Sim

5 Google Rating

Very Frequent, Stay away from rush hour when young children are present

5/ 5

Very Frequent, Stay away from rush hour when young children are present

shezi kray

1 Google Rating

one to avoid

1/ 5

one to avoid

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