Glasgow Queen Street: temporary changes
As part of ongoing work to redevelop Glasgow Queen Street station temporary changes are occurring regularly. If this may affect you, please see the latest updates on our Glasgow Queen Street main page. Most pages in the Queen Street section have been updated in the last 12 months.
We're in the process of updating Describe Online. If you have any questions or suggestions on features that you'd find useful, please drop us an email.
Who's Describe Online for?
- Ever wondered where to go after you step onto the platform or how to find your train when you leave the bus or taxi?
- Ever felt lost in the maze of tunnels and galleries where no natural light reaches you?
- Ever been left wondering what the sign really means when you don't know where you are, let alone where you're going?
If you answered Yes to any of the above, then it's for you.
Every Public Venue Shall Have A Text Guide Which Explains:
- That it exists;
- Where it is;
- How it can be reached via public transport;
- What's on offer and
- How this can be obtained or used.
- Edinburgh International Conference Centre
- Transport for London Services
- National Rail
- National Tramways and Metros
- Text Commentaries of Tactile Maps by TacMap Ltd.
- Watford Town Centre
- Bringing Customers to Your Town/City
- Our Portfolio - Updated July 2016
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- See our demonstration video
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- About Us - Updated May 2006
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The group is primarily, but not exclusively aimed at all those who have reduced mobility for whatever reason and has a particular emphasis on those who have a visual impairment.
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A lively community of blind and partially-sighted people who need or can give help on computer and technology related issues. The BCAB web site contains a mass of useful information and the opportunity to join the community.
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