Location type


Name and dates

Cornhill (1859-1968)

Opened on the Banff, Portsoy and Strathisla Railway.


This was a single platform station with a goods yard at the south end, reached by reversal. The platform was on the west side and goods siding on the east. To the north was a bridge over the road to Cornhill, not far to the south east.

An auction market opened next to the station on its east east.

The station building and goods shed survived closure. The station building has been restored and is now a house.



External links

Canmore site record
NLS Collection OS map of 1892-1914
NLS Collection OS map of 1944-67

Chronology Dates

  /  /1849Kelso Branch (York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway)
Opened from Tweedmouth to Sprouston. Velvet Hall, Norham, Cornhill, Carham and Sprouston opened.
30/07/1859Banff, Portsoy and Strathisla Railway
Line opened (including Portsoy Harbour); stations at Knock, Cornhill, Tillynaught, Ladysbridge, Banff and Portsoy [1st]. Conditional halts were at Barry [GNSR], Ordens and Millegan.
  /  /1873Kelso Branch (York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway)
Cornhill renamed Coldstream.

News items

14/09/2023Alnwick Freemen will have 'no dealings' with Greenway group over disused railway [Berwick Advertiser]
05/03/2019Northumberland former train station-turned family home on sale for £795,000 with its own platform [Daily Mail]
19/10/2013Norham Railway Station near Berwick is put up for sale [Journal]