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101.340, on the way to Dunblane, climbs up the Cowlairs incline in 1987. The remains of the Pinkston Iron Works are on the right. This stretch of the incline used to be crossed by a road bridge and a link between the NBR^s Pinkston branch and the CR^s St Rollox Goods West.
Ewan Crawford [//1987]


View north from Keppochhill Road past the site of the now demolished Gourlay Street bridge. I wonder where the ^gallus boys^ are now? [See image 54629].
Colin McDonald [30/05/2016]


Edinburgh train comes up the Cowlairs Incline. Note the recently lifted track of the Port Dundas mineral branch on the right.
Ewan Crawford [//1987]
All photographs of Cowlairs Incline
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