Carnock Road (1853-1866)
Airth Road (1866-1867)
Opened on the South Alloa Branch (Scottish Central Railway).
Originally this was a single platform station on the east side of a single track line. There was a level crossing at the north end and a short goods siding at the south end on the east side, approached from the north.
The branch was extended north by the Alloa Railway from Dunmore Junction. The line was doubled and station rebuilt. The road was lifted onto a road bridge, just to the north of the former level crossing. Two platforms were provided. A larger goods yard was laid out on the east side, approached from the southbound line, south of the station. There were buildings on each platform and a new station house (replacing one by the level crossing) provided to the west of the station.
The road bridge remains intact. The station house remains intact. The site of the station is now a cattery and kennels.
Carnock House, demolished in 1941, was a mile to the north west.
The station was two miles west of Airth village itself. Airth Castle (now a hotel) was even further, another half mile on.
Falkirk Camelon [1st]
Clackmannan and Kennet
Other railway and industry locations
Plean Norboard Factory
Bannockburn Colliery No 3
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|