Radio Clyde Goes Underground

From Monday, two Glasgow subway carriages will be carrying the livery of Radio Clyde, its stations 1 and 2.

The deal, struck with the subway operators, Strathclyde Partnership for Transport, will see the special carriages operating for two years.

The subway opened in 1896 and is the world’s third-oldest underground railway, after London and Budapest. 13.6 million passengers pass through its 15 stations each year.

Pictured: L-to-R: SPT’s chair Alastair Watson, Clyde 1’s Suzie McGuire, Clyde 2’s Gary Marshall, and SPT director of subway operations, David Wallace.

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