Craigenhill Summit (1848-)
Opened on the Caledonian Railway.
Craigenhill box was by the summit. From here a mineral line ran north from a reversing spur off the southbound line to reach Craigenhill Lime Works (from which the line continued to a quarry to the east, one of several in the area).
The small signal box was just east of the siding with Craigenhill Cottage to its north. There was a level crossing to the east of the box.
The box closed in 1973 in preparation for electrification and the level crossing was taken out.
Other railway and industry locations
Craigenhill Lime Mines
Cleghorn Clay Pit
Cleghorn Terra-Cotta Works
Scottish Terra-Cotta and Metallic Brick Works
Fiddlersgill Signal Box
Nellfield Brick Works
Smyllum West Junction
Caledonian Mineral Oil Works
Smyllum East Junction
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