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A mid-morning service for Edinburgh calls at Wester Hailes on 20/03/2017. The station opened in 1987, the same year as neighbouring Curriehill reopened. Despite getting the same trains however Wester Hailes clocks up far fewer passengers. This is probably for socioeconomic reasons; this is not really commuter country. However footfall will surely improve with an increased service come electrification of the whole line.
David Panton [20/03/2017]


A Glasgow Central - Edinburgh Waverley via Shotts train crossing the B701 on the approach to Wester Hailes station in November 2002.
John Furnevel [22/11/2002]


Weekend engineering work underway on the approach to Wester Hailes station - view from the platform towards Waverley on Sunday 4 June 2005.
John Furnevel [04/06/2005]
All photographs of Wester Hailes
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