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View from the Stranraer platform looking west at Castle Douglas in September 1973, some 8 years after closure. The trackbed has been infilled and one building remains at this stage (as a toilet block?). The former railway land here, which was put to a number of subsequent uses, is now occupied by a Tesco supermarket and its associated car park.
Colin Miller [/09/1973]


The road overbridge at the west end of the station - all that is visible is part of the main beam - [see image 32313] for 1973. All else is under a Tesco here.
Colin Miller [07/07/2016]


Scene at Castle Douglas in July 2011 looking south west from what was once the town^s goods yard. The substantial old goods shed survives as a building supplies and DIY centre, while the white building in the left background on the other side of Oatwell Road still carries the name ^Station Hotel^. Off to the right, behind the goods shed, the site of the former station itself (closed June 1965) is now occupied by a Tesco supermarket and car park.
John Furnevel [03/07/2011]
All photographs of Castle Douglas
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