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The closed signal box at what was then Bathgate Junction (now Newbridge) on 14 May 1978.
Bill Roberton [14/05/1978]


One of Eastfield shed^s snowplough-fitted BR Standard class 5 4-6-0s, no 73108, about to run east through Bathgate Junction with an Edinburgh bound train on 30 March 1964. The background is provided courtesy of the West Lothian shale industry. Note the ex-LNER articulated coaches. (The wandering photographers had made a temporary escape from Scottish Rambler No 3 during a photostop.)
John Robin [30/03/1964]


The light was very poor on the approach to Bathgate (now Newbridge) Junction on Sunday 7 March 1971 necessitating the use of a rather slow shutter speed - which is only too obvious here. The train, a diverted Glasgow Queen Street (Low Level on this occasion) - Edinburgh Waverley service, is about to join the E&G main line eastbound towards Edinburgh. [See image 35524]
Bill Jamieson [07/03/1971]
All photographs of Bathgate Junction
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