Glasgow at the centre as Scots took to the rails [Evening Times] In the 1840s, Glasgow and much of Scotland was caught up in the great railway mania, and as we have seen, the big leap forward was the Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway authorised by Parliament on July 4, 1838, which brought Glasgows first major terminus, Queen Street station which opened in 1842.
The Glasgow–Edinburgh via Falkirk line is a mainline railway line linking Glasgow and Edinburgh via Falkirk in Scotland.It is the principal route out of the five rail links between Scotland’s two biggest cities, hosting the flagship "Shuttle" service between glasgow queen street and Edinburgh Waverley..
27/8/2021 · From Glasgow, Stirling and Falkirk are less than 40 minutes’ drive. In and around these places there is a huge range of fantastic attractions to visit, including Stirling Castle , the National Wallace Monument , the Battle of Bannockburn Centre , the Falkirk Wheel , and The Helix , home to The Kelpies by Andy Scott.
Glasgow–Edinburgh via Carstairs line Historically, the first line between Glasgow and Edinburgh was the Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway , equivalent to today’s Glasgow to Edinburgh via Falkirk Line. At a conference in 2009, major upgrades were proposed for completion by 2016. 
2/7/2021 · A car has overturned and smashed into a wall in Falkirk – with a woman being rushed to hospital. Emergency services were scrambled to Glen Brae, just before 12pm on Friday, July 2. The accident …
Falkirk is a town in central Scotland that lies in the Forth Valley, midway between Glasgow and Edinburgh and 12 miles (19 km) from Stirling. Occupying such a central position comes with great road, rail and canal links from Falkirk into any direction. living locally