This was a two platform station. The main station building was on the northbound (town side) building with a waiting room on the southbound platform.
The goods yard was on the west side, approached from the north. It was north of the platform. A long pair of sidings were on the east side, reached by reversal from the station.
The signal box was replaced in 1942, the new brick built box being north of the northbound platform (the original was at the north end of the platform). The older one was topped with a finial.
The goods yard and sidings were converted into passing loops on either side of the line. The box took over Lamington box in 1972. It in turn was closed in 1973, replaced by the Motherwell Signalling Centre.
The passing loops remain in use today but nothing remains of the station except nearby railway cottages and the former station forecourt. A siding here is in permanent way use.
| Crawford Viaduct|
Crawford Viaduct [Camps Reservoir Railway]
Wandel Mill Signal Box
Elvan Water Viaduct
Risping Cleuch Viaduct
Corner on long coal conveyor
Wanlockhead Lead Smelter
Cowgill Lower Reservoir
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
Beattock to Glasgow (Townhead) (via the Wishaw and Coltness Railway and the Glasgow, Garnkirk and Coatbridge Railway) and Edinburgh (Lothian Road) branch opened. The stations at Abington and Elvanfoot, on its main line, are used by the lead mines and villages at Leadhills and Wanlockhead.
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Caledonian Dunalastairs and Associated Classes (Locomotive Monograph)
Caledonian in LMS Days (Railways in Retrospect)
Caledonian Railway Carriages
Caledonian Railway Livery: The True Line Elegance and Style
Caledonian Railway Wagons & Non-Passenger Coaching Stock
Caledonian Routes 3: Stirling to Crianlarich - DVD - Oakwood Press
Caley to the Coast: Rothesay by Wemyss Bay (Oakwood Library of Railway History)
Callander & Oban Railway Through Time
Callander and Oban Railway (Library of Railway History)
Signalling the Caledonian Railway
The Caledonian Railway 'jumbos' the 18in. X 26in. 0-6-0s
The Caledonian, Scotland's Imperial Railway: A History
The Vanished Railways of Old Western Dunbartonshire (Britains Railways/Old Photos)
Through Scotland with the Caledonian Railway
Vanished Railways of West Lothian