IBM Halt Train Station
IBM Halt railway station lies on the Inverclyde Line and serves the south slope of the Spango Valley on the Glasgow-Wemyss Bay Line. It was opened in 1978 to serve what was then an thriving computer manufacturing plant employing over 4,000 people. The station is less used now and is operated by First ScotRail who also operate all passenger services calling at it.
Trains to IBM Halt
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Get to/from IBM Halt Station
IBM Halt Station Address:
IBM, Inverclyde, PA16 0XB
IBM Halt train station is managed by ScotRail
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