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An Edinburgh to Dunbar Scotrail service calls at Musselburgh on 25th January 2018. This is the only stop for these few daily services, though it^s not clear why. A sign at the top of the ramp tells you it^s a mile and a half to the town centre. If only you could catch a train, as local wags no doubt say.


David Panton [25/01/2018]


A rarely seen view of Musselburgh station car park. No cars. Taken early on a Sunday morning in the summer of 2010 looking south east. The pedestrian stairway from Whitehill Farm Road is straight ahead, while access to the northbound platform is via the steps centre left. The stone arch spans the ECML, while the plate girder bridge once provided a parallel path for the Lothian Lines between Wanton Walls and Monktonhall junctions. The trackbed of the latter is now heavily overgrown and fenced off at this point.
John Furnevel [27/06/2010]


305508 forming a Haymarket - North Berwick service arrives at Musselburgh in September 1998.
David Panton [/09/1998]
All photographs of Musselburgh
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