|14/07/1898||Gifford and Garvald Railway|
Gifford & Garvald Railway authorised. (Alternative date 1891).
|14/10/1901||Gifford and Garvald Railway|
|/ /1903||Pencaitland Pit (Pencaitland)|
Sunk 1903, by the Woodhall Coal Co, also known as Tyneholm, had a platform on the Gifford and Garvald Railway.
|01/01/1923||North British Railway
Edinburgh and Bathgate Railway
Great North of Scotland Railway
Forth and Clyde Junction Railway
Kilsyth and Bonnybridge Railway
Gifford and Garvald Railway
Newburgh and North Fife Railway
Lauder Light Railway
Great Central Railway|
Grouped into London and North Eastern Railway.
|03/04/1933||Gifford and Garvald RailwayMacmerry Branch (North British Railway)|
Gifford to Edinburgh (Monktonhall Junction) closed to passengers.
|/08/1948||Gifford and Garvald Railway|
Gifford to Humbie closed to all traffic (flood damage causes Gilchriston Viaduct collapse). Bridge not repaired and traffic carried by road from Gifford to Haddington.
|01/01/1959||Gifford and Garvald Railway|
Replacement road service, Gifford to Haddington, withdrawn.
|02/05/1960||Gifford and Garvald Railway|
Humbie to Saltoun (excluded) closed to freight.
|25/05/1965||Gifford and Garvald RailwayMacmerry Branch (North British Railway)|
Saltoun to Smeaton (excluded) closed to freight. Ormiston goods depot closed.