Gun N’ Roses revellers have been warned of “limited” train services running from Glasgow ahead of the rock band’s gig this week.
The American rock legends will take over Glasgow Green on Tuesday, following in the footsteps of Liam Gallagher, Harry Styles and Billie Eilish, who have all played major gigs in the city in recent weeks.
Three of the band’s original line-up will take to the stage for the eagerly awaited show as part of their European tour, which was cancelled twice due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Attendees can expect to see rockstars Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan perform classic hits like Paradise City, Sweet Child of Mine and You Could Be Mine alongside their current guitarist Richard Fortus, drummer Frank Ferrer and keyboardists Dizzy Reed and Melissa Reese.
Amid mounting excitement for the legendary band’s biggest-ever Scottish show, Scotrail has warned revellers of “limited” services running out from the city centre after the gig.
Due to the temporary timetable currently in place, there will be a very limited number of trains running from Glasgow city centre after 11pm – when the concert ends.
Hundreds of services have been cancelled over the past few weeks as train drivers are locked in a despite with ScotRail following a “derisory” pay offer.
Members of the Aslef union have refused to work overtime or on rest days, forcing the national rail operator to run a reduced service.
Last trains out of Glasgow city centre on Tuesday night:
11.05pm Glasgow Central to Neilston
11.17pm Glasgow Central to East Kilbride
11.21pm Glasgow Central to Gourock
11.22pm Glasgow Central to Stirling
11.30pm Glasgow Central to Ayr
11.45pm Glasgow Queen Street to Edinburgh Waverley