Glasgow has the most extensive urban rail network in the UK outside of London with rail services travelling to a large part of the West of Scotland. The two main railway stations that are based in the city centre are Queen Street & Central Station.
Glasgow International services 90 destinations including New York, London, Cancun and all major European destinations. *
* Source: Glasgow Airport 2013
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Glasgow's style mile has malls, independent boutiques, designer stores and one-off speciality shops including: Buchanan Quarter (the city's latest new retail quarter), Buchanan Galleries, St Enoch Centre, John Lewis, House of Fraser, Princes Square, Hamleys and Argyll Arcade. When the shopping is done relax, have a drink or enjoy a meal and soak up the enchanting atmosphere.
"Boasting the UK's largest retail phalanx outside London, Glasgow is a shopaholic's paradise. The 'Style Mile' around Buchanan St, Argyle St and Merchant City is a fashion hub, while the West End has quirkier, more bohemian shopping options." Lonely Planet: Great Britain 2011
The best full-motion digital screen located in the center of Scotland’s style capital, Glasgow. Glasgow is not only the European city of culture but is also the proud host to the 2014 Commonwealth Games. The city is also widely regarded as the biggest & best retail destination in Scotland. The Screen @ St. Enoch is situated on the crossroads between Glasgow’s busiest shopping streets Buchanan Street and Argyle Street.
Impacts: 1,237,420 per 2 weeks
Size: 12.8m x 6.1m
Loop details: 10 second slot in 60 second loop