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What are the nearest stations to Cathedral Square, Glasgow?


The nearest stations to Cathedral Square, Glasgow are:
Stirling Road, Glasgow is 281 meters away, 4 min walk.
St James Road, Glasgow is 358 meters away, 5 min walk.
High Street (Glasgow) is 491 meters away, 7 min walk.
Firpark Street, Dennistoun is 776 meters away, 11 min walk.
Baird St Police Station, Royston is 999 meters away, 14 min walk.

Which Train lines stop near Cathedral Square, Glasgow?

These Train lines stop near Cathedral Square, Glasgow: SCOTRAIL.

Which Bus lines stop near Cathedral Square, Glasgow?

These Bus lines stop near Cathedral Square, Glasgow: 38, 38E, 41, 57, 57A, X1.

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Cathedral Square, Glasgow, Glasgow
Cathedral Square, Glasgow, Glasgow Cathedral Square is a public square in the city of Glasgow, Scotland. Cathedral Square and precinct is situated adjacent to Glasgow Cathedral on High Street/Castle Street at John Knox Street. Nearby are many famous Glasgow Landmarks such as Provand's Lordship, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Necropolis, the ceremonial Barony Hall of Strathclyde University, and the Glasgow Evangelical Church at the Square. It is one of six public squares and precincts in the city centre.Prior to the 1870s the post-medieval clutter of congested dwellings and workshops, on the remaining debris of the long-gone Bishop's Castle, where Castle Street is today, hampered access to the Infirmary, with its small Infirmary Square, and Cathedral. The new City Improvement Trust, under architect and city superintendent John Carrick, started to clear the hovels near Glasgow Cross and erect new tenements up the High Street and Castle Street. A new road was fully opened, John Knox Street, curving its way past the Necropolis entrances, covering over the Molendinar Burn, and down to Duke Street, close to Wellpark Brewery at the Drygate. Cathedral Square Gardens opened in 1879, formed by John Carrick and landscaped by Duncan McMillan. In 1890 a decorative fountain, the Steven Fountain, was placed in the centre., the same year as the Doulton Fountain in Glasgow Green. As well as being a restful place the square has been used for political gatherings.BUILDINGS of the area Prominent buildings of the area include: Glasgow Evangelical Church, 1880, Category A listed building with its elegant Italian facade and handsome classical interiors designed by architect John Honeyman of Honeyman and Keppie, as Cathedral Square United Presbyterian/Barony North ChurchDischarged Prisoners Aid Society (now Cathedral House Hotel), 1896, red sandstoned building designed by architects Campbell Douglas and MorisonBarony Hall, 1889, category A listed red sandstoned building designed by Sir John James Burnet., as the New Barony Church, with its interior loosely modelled on Gerona Cathedral. Provand's Lordship, oldest dwellings in Glasgow, Category A listed,Glasgow Royal Infirmary reconstructed from 1914, architect James Miller, and onwards. On the site of the Robert Adam building of 1794Glasgow Cathedral, the oldest building in Glasgow, from the late 12c onwards. Category A listed.Necropolis garden cemetery opened in 1833 on the Merchants' Park above the Cathedral.St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art and Friends Visitor Centre, opened in 1993, designed by architect Ian Begg, sitting in the centre of the Victorian square. STATUES of the area Statues and monuments abound including: King William (joint monarch with his wife Queen Mary) from 1688. Foundry of Can't & Lindsay, 1735. At Glasgow Cross until 1923. Rev Dr Norman McLeod, minister of the Barony. Sculptor John Mossman, 1881. David Livingstone, physician, missionary, explorer. Sculptor John Mossman, 1879. At George Square until 1956. James Arthur, clothing manufacturer and philanthropist. Sculptor George Anderson Lawson, 1893. James Lumsden, stationery manufacturer, Lord Provost, and Royal Infirmary treasurer. Sculptor John Mossman, 1862. James White, chemicals manufacturer and philanthropist Sculptor Francis Leslie, 1890. Queen Victoria, monarch from 1837 to 1901. Sculptor Albert Hemstock Hodge, 1914. John Knox, theologian, minister, reformer. Designer W Warren, carver Robert Forrest, 1825. In the late 1890s the sprawling Duke Street Prison, to its south and downhill, planned to open a new entrance and building at the edge of the square which caused "indignation meetings" and a successful campaign to save the green space, and some verses to think better, including ... an extract... of CATHEDRAL SQUARE. (With apologies to the Chartist poet Eliza Cook.) We love it, and who shall dare To chide us for loving Cathedral Square? We’ve cherished it long as a sacred place, We’ve shown it to strangers of every race. 'Tis bound by a thousand ties to our hearts, And we add to its treasures in fits and starts. Would you learn the spell? St. Mungo dwelt there, a sacred space Cathedral Square!
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