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Glenfarg line
(North British Railway)
 

This line is closed and much of the route used by the M90. The line ran from Mawcarse Junction to Bridge of Earn via Glenfarg and was opened in connection with the Forth Rail Bridge. 

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Clickable map of the Glenfarg Line

Local area 

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This line runs over fairly high ground and through an area which required two tunnels. The area is one of farmland and forestry.

Chronology 

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The line was opened in connection with the opening of the Forth Bridge.

Description of route 

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From Mawcarse Junction to Bridge of Earn. 

Mawcarse Junction 
(Fife and Kinross Railway

Glenfarg 

Balmanno Box 

Bridge of Earn Junction 
(Edinburgh and Northern Railway


Page created on 19/01/1998
Page last edited on: 11/03/2012
Contact: Ewan Crawford