Chancelot Mill [1st] (1894-1970)
Served by the Easter Road Deviation (North British Railway).
Note: text in square brackets is added for clarity and was not part of the location's name.
This large flour mill was located north of the Bonnington North Junction to Bonnington East Junction. When built, the area was largely undeveloped (see NLS link).
Sidings originally ran west from Bonnington North Junction to serve the mill.
After closure of the box at Bonnington North Junction, and the removal of the connection to the west-east curve, the line from Bonnington West junction became a reversing spur for the mill.
The mill was relocated to Chancelot Mill [2nd] in Leith in 1970.
The mills, which were architecturally notable (see Canmore link), were demolished and the site is now housing.
Newhaven [Leith New Lines]
Leith Walk [CR]
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Bonnington East Junction
Bonnington North Viaduct
Bonnington North Junction
Bonnington South Viaduct
Bonnington (Rosebank) Goods
Bonnington Bridge Paper Works
Bonnington South Junction
Weldun Boiler Works
Bonnington Goods Junction / Graham Street Junction
Ferry Road Junction
Midlothian Oatmeal Works
Bonnington Level Crossing
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|