This line is closed. Originally a private goods line it was later upgraded with passenger halts. Oddly there was no interchange at the junction (Elliot) for the line.
Line opened. Initially a private goods railway built by Earl of Dalhousie for slate and paving stones, operated by the Scottish North Eastern Railway (after 1856).
|/ /1855||Carmyllie Railway|
Act receives Royal assent, the line becomes a public railway.
Agreement for working the Carmyllie Railway by the Scottish North Eastern Railway.
Scottish North Eastern Railway|
Carmyllie Railway absorbed by Scottish North Eastern Railway.
|/ /1873||Carmyllie Railway|
Caledonian Railway authorised to improve the line.
|/ /1876||Carmyllie Railway|
Proposed alterations abandoned.
Becomes joint Caledonian Railway and North British Railway, when the Dundee and Arbroath Railway becomes the Dundee and Arbroath Joint Railway.
|/ /1898||Carmyllie Railway|
Light Railway Order - authorisation to make line into a Light Railway.
Opened to passengers following light railway order. Stations at Arbirlot, Cuthlie, Denhead, Carmyllie.
Closed to passengers.
Re-opened to passengers
Carmyllie to Elliot Junction (excluded) closed to passengers.
Carmyllie to Elliot Metal Box Factory Siding (excluded) closed to freight.
Elliot Metal Box Factory Siding to Elliot Junction (excluded) closed.
These locations are along the line.
This station was located at the junction for the Carmyllie Railway. This was initially a goods and minerals only line, opened 1854, the line opening to passengers in 1900. The junction allowed trains from the Arbroath direction access to the branch.
This was a small station with a platform on the east side of a passing loop. There was a siding on the west side, served from the north. At the south end was a level crossing alongside Bank farm.
This was a single platform station to the east of Cuthlie Farm. The platform was on the east side of the line just south of a level crossing.
This was a single platform station to the north of a level crossing. The platform was on the north/east side of the line.
This was a single platform, on the north side of the line, terminus at Redford, north east of Carmyllie. Beyond the station to the north west was a level crossing and beyond that looped and dead end sidings. The line continued on to serve several quarries, the original purpose of the line.