Information for Supprters travelling by train to Celtic Park
Celtic v Motherwell
January 2, 2013
Supporters heading for Celtic Park on Wednesday 2 January for the Celtic v Motherwell match are being urged to travel via Bridgeton station rather than the usual Bellgrove.
ScotRail has issued a reminder because Network Rail planned engineering improvements will mean that no trains will be running between Shettleston and Partick stations on 2 January.
After the match, all fans wishing to travel by train are asked to make their way to Bridgeton station.
A ScotRail spokeswoman said: "Bridgeton is not much further away from the stadium than Bellgrove, but it's on a different rail line so fans need to bear that in mind."
Advice for Supporters
Passengers from Glasgow city centre should travel to Bridgeton station from Glasgow Central Low Level on Motherwell or Lanark trains.
Fans travelling on trains from Helensburgh will change at Partick (where trains terminate) to connect to Bridgeton on Motherwell / Lanark services. For the return journey, the reverse applies.
Passengers coming by train from Bathgate / Livingston / Airdrie will terminate at Shettleston where a connecting bus service will connect with Carntyne and Bellgrove.
People travelling from Lanark / Motherwell will have a normal Sunday timetable to get to Bridgeton. However, trains from Larkhall do not call at Bridgeton.