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The River Urr flows south through Kirkcudbrightshire towards the Solway Firth a mile west of Dalbeattie on 1 September 2009. Trains on the former Dumfries - Stranraer Port Road crossed the river here prior to closure of the route in 1965. The old piers of Barsoles viaduct still stand and can be seen running across the centre of the photograph.

John Furnevel [01/09/2009]


The remaining building on the Dumfries bound platform at Dalbeattie in September 1973 viewed looking towards Castle Douglas. The road then ended here but has now been driven through the site. The bus stands on the filled-in area between the former platforms.

Colin Miller [/09/1973]


View west from Station Road, Dalbeattie, between the truncated remains of the infilled platforms in May 2007. Part of what was the up (Dumfries bound) platform now lies behind the fence on the right [see image 15412] with the site of the old goods yard over to the left.
John Furnevel [29/05/2007]
All photographs of Dalbeattie
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