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An eastbound train calls at Kirknewton station on 5 March 2007. The unique old station building, with its severe angular structure, pseudo-castellations, ball finials et al always conjures up thoughts of the aftermath of an architects night out. (The building was actually designed by Sir William Tite 1798 - 1873)
John Furnevel [05/03/2007]


A Virgin HST runs south west at speed through Kirknewton station in September 2002, its engine noise almost drowning out the warning klaxon from the level crossing off picture to the right.
John Furnevel [03/09/2002]


The busy level crossing at Kirknewton on 26 April 2018, looking north west along the B7031. The 1426 ex-Waverley has just restarted its journey to Glasgow Central.
John Furnevel [26/04/2018]
All photographs of Kirknewton
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