Rough Castle Branch (North British Railway)

Introduction

This branch line was a loop which ran east from Roughcastle Junction to Falkirk High. It served Port Downie and works on the south bank of the Forth and Clyde Canal. Many were also served by the Rough Castle Branch (Caledonian Railway).



Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.

This was the west end of a loop which left the Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway to serve works at Rough Castle and Port Downie on the Forth and Clyde Canal before rejoining the line at Falkirk High goods.
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Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway




















This is a two platform station in the south of Falkirk. There is a car park to the north, the former goods yard, and a new station building on the eastbound platform, replacing two typical North British Railway buildings which faced each other on each platform.
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Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway
Callendar Colliery Railway
The time to celebrate the E&G will be later in the year when our new faster longer greener trains are in service.
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John Yellowlees 18/02/1992
A pair of electric 380s at Falkirk High. ...
John Yellowlees 10/12/2017
The 'Antnine' artwork and a Class 380 eye each other up at Falkirk High on 29th August 2018. ...
John Yellowlees 29/08/2018
An Edinburgh to Glasgow Queen Street pulls into Falkirk High on 12 March 2020. These are the only two destinations this station offers (being situated ...
David Panton 12/03/2020
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