Strathearn Junction Railway (Edinburgh and Northern Railway)




Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.

This was a two platform station around a third of a mile east of the later station. the location what cramped and goods yard small.
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107 029 passes the cramped site of Newburgh (First) with an Edinburgh - Perth service. ...
Bill Roberton //1990
37088 is seen passing the location of the original Newburgh station with an Edinburgh - Inverness train on 19th September 1990. Just visible above ...
Graeme Blair 19/09/1990
Newburgh looking eastward towards Ladybank. Firth of Tay on left, and Tay Bridge, in distance. Possible location of first station 1848-1906. [Railscot ...
Brian Forbes 27/01/2007

The second Newburgh station was opened west of the original on a site which allowed expansion of the goods yard. The main station building was on the eastbound platform. The signal box was at the west end of the easbound platform.
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Approaching the former goods yard at Newburgh from the west in the summer of 2005. Newburgh station, which closed to passengers in 1955, is beyond the ...
John Furnevel 21/06/2005
A 1978 view of the up platform building at Newburgh. A curiosity was the survival of hand-written steam loco numbers on the woodwork under the ...
Bill Roberton //1978
107 027 climbs past the former station at Newburgh with a Perth - Edinburgh service. ...
Bill Roberton //1990
Newburgh in 1978. A curiosity was the survival of hand-written steam loco numbers on the woodwork under the canopy. Demolished in 2016. So there ...
Bill Roberton //1978

This was a short lived terminus before the line from Ladybank was extended west to Hilton Junction.
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This was a two platform station on a double line. The line was singled from Bridge of Earn [2nd] to Newburgh [2nd] in 1933 and the signal box closed after which one platform remained in use and a ground frame was installed. There was a goods yard at the east end of the station, approached from the east, the box had been on the south side of the line opposite the goods yard.
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Sheep May Safely Graze, the popular pastoral music, is suggested here, as a 170 for Edinburgh passes Balgonie Farm. ...
Brian Forbes /09/2007
Pure Country. Edinburgh train about to pass under the Skew Brig, east of Abernethy. ...
Brian Forbes /09/2007
The Royal Scotsman passing Abernethy on 19 May bound for Dalwhinnie. ...
Brian Forbes 19/05/2005
57601 takes the Royal Scotsman on its journey towards Perth. ...
Brian Forbes 25/06/2007

This two platform station was east of the later Bridge of Earn [2nd] which replaced it. Replacement was required as this station did not serve the later line to Glenfarg and the Forth Bridge but only the route to Ladybank. ...

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This two platform station was immediately west of the junction between the lines to Ladybank and Glenfarg. The junction was controlled by a signal box in the 'V' of the junction, aligned to the Glenfarg route (opened around 1890 for the new route, 1890, and station, 1892).
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A 37 hauled Edinburgh to Inverness train passes the site of the former second Bridge of Earn station in 1990. ...
Ewan Crawford //1990

This junction is south of Perth, immediately south of the Moncrieffe Tunnel. Here the lines from Stirling and Ladybank meet and continue north to Perth.
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A 158 about to leave the shadows of the deep cutting south of Moncrieff Tunnel in February 2005 and take the Stirling route at Hilton Junction. The ...
John Furnevel 12/02/2005
Recent tree cutting has opened up views of the junction as the LNER train from Inverness heads south on 4th March 2019. ...
John Robin 04/03/2019
Recent tree cutting has opened up views of Hilton Junction. 4th March 2019. ...
John Robin 04/03/2019
An Alphaline liveried 158 approaches Hilton Junction on the Edinburgh line on 5 June. ...
Brian Forbes 05/06/2009