Exhibition Centre Station
From 30 March 2016 automatic ticket gates will be in operation at Exhibition Centre station. Please purchase tickets in advance of travelling, as passengers will require a valid ticket to pass through the gates when boarding or alighting a train at the station. Click here for more information.
IMPORTANT TRAIN TRAVEL INFORMATION
Glasgow Queen Street Tunnel Closure
20 March – 8 August 2016
As part of ScotRail and Network Rail’s preparations to deliver faster, longer, greener trains for Scotland, Glasgow Queen Street High Level tunnel will close for essential upgrading for 20 weeks from Sunday 20 March, reopening Monday 8 August.
This means changes to some services and we would advise visitors to carefully consider their journey and allow extra time for travelling. Click here for information on how to get to the venue.
For full details on the changes to services and the planned works please go to scotrail.co.uk/QueenStreetTunnel
You can check train times for your journey now by visiting scotrail.co.uk/tickets or via the ScotRail app. Just select a travel date between 20 March and 7 August.
Glasgow has the largest rail network in the UK outside London. Glasgow's Central station is connected with every city in the UK, while Queen Street station serves central and northern Scotland.
For the best route to the SECC download this map
Once you're in Glasgow, your journey right to our front door can be completed by train. Trains run to the SECC from the city centre with a journey time of just three minutes
The Exhibition Centre station is the SECC's own dedicated railway station allowing easy access from the city centre and the suburbs. Six trains an hour (around every 10 minutes) from Central station (Platform 17 is on the lower level) will bring you to Exhibition Centre station in a journey time of just three minutes.
Planning your Journey:
- Review ScotRail's latest timetables
- Download the ScotRail app by texting 'ScotRail' to 86688
- Book your tickets