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The first of the three stations to carry the name Musselburgh, in this case for a mere 13 months from June 1846 until July 1847, when it was renamed Inveresk. On a dreich 2nd May 1964, the last day of operation of Edinburgh-Berwick local services, a westbound stopping train makes plenty of steam as it prepares to restart from Inveresk station.
Frank Spaven Collection (Courtesy David Spaven) [02/05/1964]


The early evening sun catches Holbeck ^Peak^ 190 as it runs past the site of Inveresk goods yard with the 17.10 Edinburgh - Leeds service on 7 May 1970. In the background above the train are the semaphores controlling the freight-only line to Smeaton which has diverged from the ECML at Monktonhall Junction, just off picture to the right.
John Furnevel [07/05/1970]


60103 Flying Scotsman nears Inveresk with The Cathedrals Express from Kings Cross to Edinburgh on 13 May.
Bill Roberton [13/05/2017]
All photographs of Inveresk
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