Marquis of Lothians Waggonway


21/01/1832Marquis of Lothians Waggonway
Edinburgh and Dalkeith Railway line extended from Dalhousie. Initially the line ran eastwards after crossing the South Esk to Bryans Pit. A branch to the south to Lingerwood Mine was later opened and the system was to eventually reach as far south as Arniston Engine. In later years a colliery line was to be established between the Newbattle pits which was independent of the Waverley Route.
  /  /1845Marquis of Lothians Waggonway
North British Railway
Waggonway purchased by the North British Railway.
  /  /1846Marquis of Lothians Waggonway
Line doubled and re-gauged to standard gauge. A replacement Newbattle viaduct was built slightly the west of the original.
01/08/1908Marquis of Lothians Waggonway
Newtongrange station opened.
06/01/1969Edinburgh and Dalkeith Railway Marquis of Lothians Waggonway Edinburgh and Hawick Railway (North British Railway) Border Union Railway (North British Railway) Carlisle and Port Carlisle Railway and Dock
Edinburgh (Portobello East Junction) to Hawick [2nd] to Carlisle (Port Carlisle Junction) closed to passengers. Newtongrange [1st], Gorebridge, Tynehead, Heriot, Fountainhall, Stow, Galashiels [1st], Melrose, St Boswells, Hassendean, Hawick [2nd], Stobs, Shankend, Riccarton Junction, Steele Road, Newcastleton stations closed.
20/12/1971Marquis of Lothians Waggonway
[Newbattle Coal Stocking Site]] (known as Butlerfield) (excluded) to nearby Lady Victoria Pit closed to freight.