Causewayend Junction

Location type


Name and dates

Causewayend Junction (1847-1933)

Opened on the Slamannan and Borrowstounness Railway.
Opened on the Slamannan Railway.
Opened on the Slamannan Junction Railway.


Causewayend Incline Foot signal box was located here, closed in 1930 when the line closed to passengers. The box was to the south of the basin sidings and north of the Manuel low level line.

To the west the line ran to Causewayend Incline Top.

The line east to the original terminus, Causewayend [SR] by the canal, opened in 1840.

The line north to Manuel (and the iron works) opened in 1847 - the Slamannan Junction Railway.

Line east to Manuel Low Level opened in 1851 - the Slamannan and Borrowstounness Railway
The line closed to passengers in 1930.

The route east to Manuel Low Level closed in 1933.

The line line - north and west - closed in 1964.

The location can still be identified, partly overgrown and partly footpaths.


Junction footpath

Chronology Dates

  /  /1847Slamannan Junction Railway
Opened from Causewayend Junction to Manuel High Level.
06/07/1964Slamannan Railway Slamannan Junction Railway
Closed from Bowhouse to Causewayend Junction to Manuel Brick Works (excluded).


Vanished Railways of West Lothian