The track bed ran in line with the new ‘white’ house up ahead, where it entered Maryfield Goods Yard. Showing the gap of the demolished bridge on High Street. Looking towards Fairmuir Jctn, with Dundee College buildings on the left. Member feedback about Arbirlot railway station: Several places along the Tay take their names from it, or are believed to have done so, Broughty – Bruach Tatha, Tayside – A former Scottish Government region The Tay drains much of the lower region of the Highlands. History The station was opened by the Edinburgh and Northern Railway in as the temporary northern terminus of the Tayport branch of their route along the Fife Coast. Ninewells railway station topic Ninewells railway station served the area of Ninewells, Dundee, Scotland from to on the Dundee and Perth Railway. The largest city on the river, Dundee, lies on the bank of the Firth.

A goods train stands on the goods line behind the station. The new station was built over the site of the demolished old station. In , unable to defend the town against an advancing Scottish force, in , during the Wars of the Three Kingdoms, Dundee was again besieged, this time by the Royalist Marquess of Montrose. Looking over the train wagons from the brake van with the signal box and pillared canopy of the down platform building. Today, the only other remaining station within Dundee City boundaries is Broughty Ferry. Maryfield Goods Yard paremeter. At Newburgh the line was to cross the Tay and make a junction with the proposed Dundee and Perth Railway, the Dundee and Perth Railway would pay half the cost of the Tay crossing. In current practice, it is specified at a distance below the rail head as the inner faces of the rail head are not necessarily vertical.

Under the name of Dundee City officially the City of Dundeeit forms dunded of the 32 council areas used for local government in Scotland.

From the same spot looking back towards Lochee. Ardler railway station served the village of Ardler in the Scottish county of Perth and Kinross.

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The embakment followed the line of rilm and has been smoothed off down to the lane that followed the line. Carnoustie station was extensively refurbished by Galliford Try Rail prior to the Open Golf Championship which was held at the adjacent golf course.

Dundee City Chambers, where the city council meets. Two views from Balgray Place.

It was originally one of three main stations in Dundee, along with Dundee West, the Caledonian Railway station for Perth which was rebuilt in and closed in the s, and Dundee East station on the Dundee and Arbroath Joint Railway which closed in Beyond Lochee West station site the track bed is at a higher level from the road. The SCR considered the terminus at Dundee West to be a modest and inadequate structure, but worse than that, it was in a dangerous condition, and from it was extended and reconstructed, opening fully in October Cox’s stack is seen to the left of center.


Today this is a footpath from Lochee to Clepington Road. Perth railway station Scotland topic Perth railway station is a railway station located in the city of Perth, Scotland. Working from grainy photographs meant that it was tricky to identify features and cropped perspective images proved to be impossible for correctly gauging proportions.

Two lifts have recently been installed for north and south platform access. A diagonal view looking across the yard towards Clepington Road. Skelly, the snow under the bridge at Auchterhouse Station was within afoot of the top of the bridge, and it would have been a mammoth task to dig it and the station out, so large were the drifts.

It is 60 years since passenger trains were withdrawn from the Dundee and Newtyle Railway. The construction of the railway was complicated by the decision to build a tunnel through Dundee Law, which was finally completed inallowing the mile line to open to traffic on 16 th December, The station platforms were lit It is believed the first post-glacial groups of hunter-gatherers arrived in Scotland around 12, years ago, the groups of settlers began building the first known permanent houses on Scottish soil around 9, years ago, and the first villages around 6, years ago.

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You can see the Kingsway Shopping Center in the background. A service to London King’s Cross. The station is the last northbound stop before Dundee. History Inverness railway panorama in Opened on 5 November [2] as the western terminus of the Inverness and Nairn Railway[3] to designs by the architect, Joseph Mitchell.

Retrieved 20 October The gas lamps are replaced by electric ones. The works building are now very nice flats. The works’ branch came in in front of the Clock tower. It appears to be the original photo on the left and an “edited” version on right. Railway stations opened in Revolvy Brain revolvybrain Railway stations closed in Revolvy Brain revolvybrain Started in in Scotland Revolvy Brain revolvybrain.

The sight of this going through the station was one which Bill says he will never forget.


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Another is that it derives f Lochee West Station, towards Lochee. The dunded building in the background is now the car park in front of the Kingsway Shopping Center. Most of its main line is still in use today as the Perth to Dundee section of the railway network.

Member feedback about Barry Links railway station: Inthe footbridge was demolished in two phases as part of a regeneration project called the Dundee Central Waterfront Development Plan. Invergowrie railway station is an unstaffed halt which serves the village of Invergowrie west of the city of Dundee, Scotland on the north bank of the Firth of Tay.

A wide angle view from Wellbank Lane. Ardler railway station topic Ardler railway station served the village of Ardler in the Scottish county of Perth and Kinross. Facilities The station is unstaffed and has two platforms, connected by a footbridge which is accessible via ramps or steps.

The back-facing signal on the right is the Muirfield junction Up Starting signal protecting the single line too and from Lochee station. The main line continues in use today as a major part of the Scottish Railway network carrying frequent passenger services and a significant freight traffic. On 28 December the bridge collapsed as a train passed over, the entire train fell into the firth, with the loss of 75 passengers and train crew.

Blogging the Tears and Triumphs of an Archaeological Illustrator. At other places passengers have to carry their baggage on the train, but anyway need no separate train booking process. A ceremonial opening of the line was arranged for 22 May Bouch redesigned it quickly to reduce the number of piers and correspondingly increase the span of the girders, to reduce the weight the ground under the caissons would have to support, the brick piers were replaced by open lattice iron skeleton piers.

Edinburgh and Northern Railway. Lochee railway bridge seen from the trams on the High Street. For a period of time, Dundee was the station of the longest direct rail journey in Britain – the 06,43 Virgin CrossCountry service to Penzance. Note the depth of the cutting and the high road bridge at Graham Street.

The Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee Railway system in