Drumpeller and Gartsherrie (1889-1899)
Blairhill and Gartsherrie (1899-1966)
Opened on the Glasgow and Coatbridge Branch (North British Railway).
Open on the Edinburgh to Glasgow via Bathgate and Airdrie.
This is a two platform station. The station building is above the westbound platform with a footbridge running to the eastbound platform. To the south of the station is the car park. The station serves the north west of Coatbridge.
The station originally had a ticket office and footbridge at the west end. There were waiting rooms on each platform. The main station building, supported on arches, sat above the westbound platform. This was demolished in the 1990s.
The station had no goods yard.
To the west was the signal box and junction for Drumpellie Colliery Pit No 3, Gartsherrie Colliery Pit No 1, Gartsherrie Colliery Pit No 2 and an extensive network of colliery lines to the north of the railway.
Gartsherrie House was to the north, now lost under the Coatbridge Container Depot.
Coatbridge Central [NB]
Gartsherrie [M and K]
Other railway and industry locations
Gartsherrie Shed [GGR]
Gartsherrie Ore Sidings
Coatbridge Freightliner Terminal
Gartsherrie Iron Works
Summerlee Iron Works
Gunnie South Signal Box
Gunnie Yard [1st]
Gunnie North Signal Box
Gunnie Yard [2nd]
Weldless Chain Works
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