Station Park in Haddington was formerly the cab-rank below the main entrance. The North British was going through a bit of a red and yellow brick phase in the 1880s when the station was rebuilt. The style was used on station buildings, boxes, goods sheds and retaining walls as seen here. The matching station building sat atop the wall and off to the left. Two pedestrian entries ran off to the left of the wall, a covered staircase to the building and uncovered ramp from the platform.

Location: Haddington

Company: North British Railway

Photographer: Ewan Crawford

Contact photographer: Ewan Crawford

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Date: 26/12/2019

Image number: 71762

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