33 Crosbie Street G20 0BQ
Maryhill Park is about 3.5 miles west of Glasgow city centre.
From Glasgow: come down Maryhill Road all the way through Maryhill. You will pass the Maryhill Locks on your left, and soon after the Maryhill train station. Take the very next right onto Caldercuilt Road, then immediately left onto Crosbie Street. Number 33 is up the hill on the left. Don’t be put off by the ‘Prince of Wales Gardens’ street sign on the house next door—this really is still Crosbie Street! There is plenty of on-street parking at no cost.
Two bus stops and a train station are just 3-5 minutes away:
- Buses X10/X10A, 17 and 60/60A stop at Kirn Street, just past Caldercuilt Road.
- Buses A1, 8 and 61 turn right onto Shiskine Street just before Caldercuilt Road.
- Trains run from Queen Street to Anniesland, stopping at Maryhill Station in about 15 minutes. (Currently this service is running only once an hour.)
The Kelvin River and the Forth-Clyde Canal make for a pleasant journey during daylight hours.
What to do if you arrive early:
Lindy’s Café is a 5-minute walk away, and is open from 9 a.m. The Killermont Polo Club is 2 minutes away and opens at noon—they may let you sit over a cup of tea for a quarter of an hour. Up the hill beyond my house is the Maryhill Park, with beautiful views of the Campsies.