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A pair of green NBL Type 2s, with No. 6121 leading, growling past Greenhill Lower box in June 1971 with a heavy block train of 45T oil tanks, probably destined for Bishopbriggs. Note that the signalman has been very sharp in restoring the signals to danger, although it is possible that the locos had been reduced to a crawl by this point!
Bill Jamieson [16/06/1971]


Tall ariel for communication between trains and signal centre. The building behind the mast was a PW workshop in BR(ScR) days, now used for industrial storage.
Brian Forbes [/06/2007]


Greenhill Lower sees 170454 struggling through the heaviest snowfall in Central Scotland for many years on 6th December 2010. The temp was as I recall about -20.

Douglas McPherson [06/12/2010]
All photographs of Greenhill Lower Junction
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