Slamannan Junction Railway


In 1847 this line extended the Slamannan Railway (opened 1840) from Causewayend to the Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway (opened 1842) to allow through running from the Airdrie to Linlithgow.

Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.

Causewayend Incline Foot signal box was located here, closed in 1930 when the line closed to passengers. The box was to the south of the basin sidings and north of the Manuel low level line.

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See also
Slamannan and Borrowstounness Railway
Slamannan Railway

View north from Almond Junction (behind the camera) showing where the Slamannan Junction Railway (Causewayend on the Slamannan Railway to Manuel on ...
Duncan Ross 22/04/2023
View south showing the bridge which carries Almond Road over the former Slamannan Junction Railway. The view looks towards the site of the Almond Iron ...
Duncan Ross 22/04/2023
View east on the Union Canal where the 1847 Slamannan Junction Railway crossed overhead, forming a link between the Slamannan Railway and the ...
Duncan Ross 06/08/2020
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This was largely an interchange station between the Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway and the routes to Bo'ness and Slamannan. There were three high level platforms, two on the main line and a bay at the west end of the westbound platform for trains to Blackston Junction and beyond. Manuel Low Level was below at the east end of the high level station. When opened there was very ...

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Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway
Running round a train from Boness at Manuel on 9 April 2011. ...
John Yellowlees 09/04/2011
D49 4-4-0 no 246 Morayshire dropping down from Manuel with the SRPS 12.55 to Bo'ness on 6 August 2013. ...
Bill Roberton 06/08/2013
An Edinburgh - Glasgow shuttle approaching Manuel in July 2007. ...
John Furnevel 07/07/2007
GNR N2 0-6-2T 1744 running round at Manuel on 20 October 2013 after bringing in a service from Boness. ...
Bill Roberton 20/10/2013
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