Solway Junction Railway

Introduction

This line is closed.






Dates

  /  /1864[Solway Junction Railway]
Act receives Royal assent
13/09/1869[Solway Junction Railway]
Kirtlebridge to Annan opened for Goods
13/09/1869[Solway Junction Railway]
Shed opened at Brayton with two roads, sidings and a turntable in the junction between the Solway Junction Railway and the [Maryport and Carlisle Railway].
08/08/1870[Solway Junction Railway]
Solway Junction Railway open throughout
31/08/1870[Solway Junction Railway]
Abbey Junction opened
  /  /1895[Solway Junction Railway]
Brayton shed closed, but used to stable engines at night.
  /  /1896[Solway Junction Railway]
[Caledonian Railway]
Solway Junction Railway absorbed by Caledonian Railway
  /  /1904[Solway Junction Railway]
Brayton shed demolished, turntable retained until at least 1923.
01/01/1917[Solway Junction Railway]
Abbey Junction closed
02/03/1919[Solway Junction Railway]
Abbey Junction re-opened
  /  /1921[Solway Junction Railway]
Brayton shed probably ceases to be used overnight when bridge closes.
20/05/1921[Solway Junction Railway]
Abbey Junction closed
27/04/1931[Solway Junction Railway]
Annan Shawhill to Kirtlebridge closed to freight.