Birnie Road Siding

Location type


Name and dates

Birnie Road Siding (1869-1951)

Opened on the Montrose and Bervie Railway.


This was a halt on the line between Montrose and Inverbervie.

The addition of the word 'Road' to a station is not usually a good sign, it probably means the place named is rather distant. The Birnie farms perhaps got off quite lightly, they are under a mile west of this former halt, although uphill from the halt close to the beach.

The short wooden platform was on the west side of the line, just north of a level crossing. There was a siding - on the south side of the station, west side of the line and approached from the south.

The former railway is now a footpath.


Station halt platform


Birnie Road

External links

NLS Collection OS map of 1892-1914
NLS Collection OS map of 1944-67

Chronology Dates

  /  /1869Montrose and Bervie Railway
Birnie Road Siding halt opened.
01/10/1951Montrose and Bervie Railway
Inverbervie to Montrose (Broomfield Junction) closed to passengers. North Water Bridge, St Cyrus, Lauriston, Johnshaven, Birnie Road Siding, Gourdon, Inverbervie closed.


The Montrose & Bervie Railway: A Study of Transport in South-East Kincardineshire 1770-1966