This line is open between Dunfermline and the former Kincardine Pier.
The line's origins at its west end was the Kincardine Branch which ran from Kincardine Junction to Kincardine station.
These locations are along the line.
Longannet siding was a loop and sidings at Longannet Point. It was later the site of the eastern arrival for the bunkers for Longannet Power Station.
This was a short lived single platform station next to the car park at the west end of Culross. It was used for a passenger service into the Longannet Power Station site in 1992.
Culross was a two platform station with a passing loop on a single track line. It was around a third of a mile east of the town. This section of line was built on the shore, with the land between the high water mark and railway embankment being reclaimed.
This colliery was sunk by the Fife Coal Company at a site between Culross [1st] to the west and Torryburn to the east. The mine was on the north side of the line. It was laid out with an exchange yard to the west, accessed from the east from the main line. The mine sidings were to the east of the exchange yard. To the south of the main railway were tip sidings, approached from the ...More details
A single platform station on the south side of a loop. A goods yard was to the west, on the south side of the line and served from the west.
Mining from Kirkintilloch to Clackmannan and Stirling to Slamannan
Stirlingshire and Clackmannanshire's Lost Railways