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Caledonian Locomotives

Formed: 2011
Home colours: Red & Yellow / Black / Black
Change colours: White / Red / Red
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Home ground: Petershill Park
Address: Adamswell Street, Springburn, Glasgow, G21 4DD
Record attendance: 800 vs Auchinleck Talbot, 2019
SFA Licence Award: None
Location: Leave the M8 at Junction 15 (Castle Street) and follow signs for the A803 for Kirkintilloch. Head north on Springburn Road and turn right at the 4th set of traffic lights into Atlas Road. Take the first right into Flemington Street, right again into Ayr Street, then take the first left into Adamswell Street and the entrance to the car park is on the right hand side.
There are a limited number of disabled parking bays at the top of the hill, these can be reached by driving into the top level of the car park and following the road up the hill to the complex. These bays will be available to blue badge holders only.
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Nearest Railway Station: Barnhill (700 yards), Springburn (700 yards)
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Capacity: 1500
Seats: 500
Cover: Yes
Floodlights: Yes
Playing surface: Synthetic
Social club: Yes
Notes: Caledonian Locomotives (under their previous name Rossvale) joined the West Juniors in 2011 and initially entered into a groundsharing arrangement with Petershill that ended in 2017 when the club moved to Huntershill. In 2019 the club moved to New Tinto Park to share with Benburb. In 2021 they returned to Petershill, and were renamed as Caledonian Locomotives in July 2023.
Upon approaching the stadium from the bottom of a hill, fans first come to the social area of the facility, which contains a bar and function room. The turnstiles are at the far end of the building. Attached to the club building is the 500 seat main stand with refreshment 'servery' and toilets next to it. To the immediate right of the stand, looking out, is a business centre, with no facility for supporters to watch the game. To the left of the stand, behind the opposite goal, is an area of hard-standing. Opposite the stand are two steps of concrete terraces.