|/ /1890||Forfar and Brechin Railway|
Forfar and Brechin Railway authorised. Working agreement with Caledonian Railway concluded.
|/ /1893||Brechin and Edzell District Railway
Forfar and Brechin Railway|
Agreements made for the west to north and east to north curves at Brechin.
|/ /1894||Forfar and Brechin RailwayCaledonian Railway|
Forfar and Brechin Railway authorisation for absorption by Caledonian Railway.
|01/01/1895||Forfar and Brechin Railway
|07/01/1895||Forfar and Brechin Railway|
Opened for goods from Brechin to Forfar South Junction. Tannadice station opened to goods.
|01/06/1895||Forfar and Brechin Railway|
Opened for passengers from Brechin to Forfar South Junction with stations at Careston, Tannadice and Justinhaugh.
|04/08/1952||Forfar and Brechin Railway|
Brechin to Forfar South Junction (excluded) closed to passengers. Careston, Tannadice and Justinhaugh closed to passengers.
|17/03/1958||Forfar and Brechin Railway|
Brechin (excluded) to Careston (excluded) closed to freight
|07/09/1964||Forfar and Brechin Railway|
Careston to Justinhaugh (excluded) closed to freight.
|04/09/1967||Forfar and Brechin Railway|
Justinhaugh to Forfar South Junction (excluded) closed to goods.
These locations are along the line.
This junction was to the west of Forfar [2nd station, not so much south as more north west, indeed it was further north than Forfar North Junction which was east of Forfar [1st]. However in railway terms it was south of the station as it was closer to Perth.
This was a two platform station with a passing loop. The main station building was on the westbound platform. There was a cottage in the station yard and a goods yard approached from the west. The signal box was at the west end of the eastbound platform. It opened with the line.
This was a single platform station, on the south side of the single track line, with a pair of sidings opposite the platform, approached from the east. There was a station building on the platform and station house to the west.
Located in a rural location to the north of Careston this was a two platform station with a passing loop and the main station building on the westbound platform.
Brechin 1901: Forfarshire Sheet 28.13 (Old O.S. Maps of Forfarshire)
OS Explorer Map (389) Forfar, Brechin and Edzell (OS Explorer Paper Map) (OS Explorer Active Map)
|The Railways of Strathmore (Perth, Forfar and Brechin)|