|02/07/1882||Kilsyth and Bonnybridge Railway|
Railway opened to Passengers and Freight.
|/ /1888||Kilsyth and Bonnybridge Railway]|
Bonnybridge shed, a single road timber locomotive shed opened at Bonnybridge Central. The Caledonian Railway operate this as a sub-shed of Denny Shed.
|/ /1908||Kilsyth and Bonnybridge Railway|
Absorbed by the North British Railway.
|/ /1921||Kilsyth and Bonnybridge Railway|
The Caledonian Railway cease to operate over the line due to disappointing traffic.
|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.
|01/02/1935||Kilsyth and Bonnybridge Railway
Denny Branch (Scottish Central Railway)|
Larbert (Larbert Junction) to Kilsyth (New) closed to passengers.
|01/02/1935||Kilsyth and Bonnybridge Railway|
Bonnywater Junction to Dennyloanhead closed to all traffic.
|01/03/1956||Kilsyth and Bonnybridge Railway|
Closed to freight between Dennyloanhead and Banknock.
|04/05/1964||Kilsyth and Bonnybridge Railway|
Banknock to Kilsyth closed to freight.
These locations are along the line.
This was a two platform station with a passing loop. The station building, a small North British Railway type with canopy, was at the west end of the westbound platform. On the opposite platform was a waiting room. The west end of the station was crossed by a girder road bridge. The station was in the north of the village of Banknock, just west of Banknock House.
This was a single platform station with no passing loop. The platform was on the south side of the line and there was a small station building. It was crossed at the west end by Station Road. There was a goods yard at the east end, with a siding approached from the east. To the north was Knowehead Colliery with sidings served from the east.
This was a single platform station with a goods yard at its east end. The platform was on the south side of the single track. There was a long loop to the east of the station.
This was a junction between the 1858 Denny Branch (Scottish Central Railway) and the 1888 Kilsyth and Bonnybridge Railway. Both lines were single track. There was a loop on the later line running west from the junction.