This line provided a service from the docks at Granton harbour to Haymarket in Edinburgh it joined a line running to the main line of the Caledonian Railway. The line was developed jointly by the Caledonian and the Duke of Buccleuch (across whose estate the line ran). The Dukes portion was later bought by the Caledonian.
These locations are along the line.
This was a two platform station with offices on Queensferry Road. There were waiting rooms on the platforms. The station was south of the road bridge and to the north was Craigleith Junction, the junction between the lines to Leith North and Barnton from Edinburgh Princes Street. There were goods sidings on the east side of the junction, approached from the south, with one in ...More details
Signalbox here called Pilton West Junction which controlled entry to the Granton Gasworks.