424 1st Avenue South Glasgow, MT 59230
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|Facility Ownership||BNSF Railway|
|Parking Lot Ownership||BNSF Railway|
|Platform Ownership||BNSF Railway|
|Track Ownership||BNSF Railway|
|15 Long Term Parking Spaces||15 Short Term Parking Spaces||Accessible Platform|
|Accessible Waiting Room||Enclosed Waiting Area||Pay Phones|
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The Glasgow station is constructed of brick. The BNSF Railway utilizes part of the station for a signal and communications function.
The first explorers to this area were Lewis and Clark on May 8, 1805. They camped at the joining of the Milk and Missouri Rivers, which is about eighteen miles southeast of Glasgow.
Glasgow was established in the 1880s as a railroad town by the Great Northern Railway. The railroad brought thousands of ranchers and farmers into Montana and transported out the crops they grew.
Amtrak does not provide ticketing or baggage services at this facility. A caretaker opens and closes the station.
The Glasgow station is served by two daily trains.