Wallyford Colliery Railway


This was a private short mineral line which ran out from exchange sidings close to Wallyford [1st] station to the Wallyford colliery and brick works.

The line passed from a starting point west of Wallyford on the East Coast Main Line and ran through the south of Wallyford to the colliery.

Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.

This was a short lived station. It was west of today^s Wallyford station and north west of today^s village.

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See also
North British Railway

Looking east across Salters Road, Wallyford, on 6 February 2019 at the site of the level crossing that once carried the mineral line linking the local ...
John Furnevel 06/02/2019
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This brick works was near the end of a short branch which also served Wallyford Colliery Pit No 1 (to the north east) and Wallyford Colliery Pit No 3 (to the south east). The works was in the south east of the village of Wallyford. Today its site is a small industrial estate.

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This two dimensional loco is in Wallyford, on a footpath that follows the line of the colliery sidings. It looks a bit like a Barclay 0-4-0ST, but I ...
Patrick Hutton 27/11/2020
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