Bonnybridge Canal Branch (Caledonian Railway)

Introduction

This line is closed. It was a short double track railway connecting Greenhill, of low population, to nearby Bonnybridge and the various works which had established by the Forth and Clyde Canal, encouraging more to be established. It closed to passengers in 1933 and was singled, surviving into the 1960s. After closure to passengers it was known as Bonnybridge (Canal).




Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.

This was a double track junction immediately west of Greenhill Lower Junction. The 1886 Bonnybridge Canal Branch (Caledonian Railway) met the 1848 Greenhill branch of the Caledonian Railway. Going east the Bonnybridge line passed through the northern two platforms of Greenhill Lower station.
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Caledonian Railway
Kingmoor Black 5s nos 45364+44901 at the head of a car train which has recently arrived at Bonnybridge Junction, circa late 50s/early 60s. The cars ...
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This was originally a two platform station. the platforms were on the Caledonian Railway^s Greenhill Branch line from Garnqueen South Junction to Greenhill Lower Junction.
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This was the terminus of a short branch from Bonnybridge Junction. The line was double track. The terminus had a single platform on the west side of the line with a loop. There was a small station building.
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