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Cessnock, Glasgow

Cessnock is located in Glasgow council area
 Cessnock shown within Glasgow
OS grid reference
Council area Glasgow City Council
Lieutenancy area Glasgow
Country Scotland
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town GLASGOW
Postcode district G51
Dialling code 0141
Police Scottish
Fire Scottish
Ambulance Scottish
EU Parliament Scotland
UK Parliament Glasgow Central
Scottish Parliament Glasgow Southside
List of places

Cessnock is a district in the city of Glasgow, Scotland. It is situated south of the River Clyde and was part of the former Burgh of Govan.[1] Cessnock's main street is Paisley Road West, which runs west in the direction of Paisley and east through Kinning Park to Paisley Toll.


This area is served by Cessnock subway station. Many buses stop on Paisley Road West, most frequently the Number 9 route, offering fast access east-bound to City Centre, and west-bound to Govan and Paisley.

Dumbreck railway station can be reached via a footbridge which crosses the M8 motorway at Clifford Street. Exhibition Centre railway station can be reached from Cessnock by following the route to the SECC.



Walmer Crescent, a curved tenement building designed by one of Glasgow's most famous architects, Alexander "Greek" Thomson, is situated within Cessnock.

BBC Scotland's headquarters stand ten minutes' walk north of Cessnock at Pacific Quay. The building was opened in 2007 and designed by David Chipperfield Architects.

House for an Art Lover designed, by another famous Glasgow architect, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, is situated in Bellahouston Park on the southern boundary of Cessnock.


Festival Park is to the North and Plantation Park to the East. Bellahouston Park and Pollok Park are within walking distance.

Adjoining districts

See also

  • The Glasgow Climbing Centre
  • The Glasgow Science Centre


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External links

  • The Alexander Thomson Society - contains an extended biography of Alexander Thomson
  • Alexander Greek Thomson - Architect
  • Photo Guide to some of Thomson's best known buildings

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