Dunfermline [2nd] (1849-1890)
Dunfermline Upper (1890-1968)
Opened on the Stirling and Dunfermline Railway.
Opened on the Dunfermline Branch (Edinburgh and Northern Railway).
Note: text in square brackets is added for clarity and was not part of the location's name.
This was a station with two main through platforms, the north of which was an island with a second face. At the west end was a bay on the south side.
The station was the end-on junction between the Stirling and Dunfermline Railway and the Dunfermline Branch of the Edinburgh and Northern Railway.
There was a goods yard to the north with a large goods shed, several looped lines and a sidings served from the east end.
There was a locomotive shed at the east end, south side of the line, which was closed when replaced with the larger Dunfermline Shed to the east.
With the opening of the Forth Bridge the station was renamed Dunfermline Upper to distinguish it from Dunfermline Lower, formerly Dunfermline (Comely Park).
Little remains of the station today. There is a viaduct to the west and a concrete retaining wall bordering Carnegie Drive. The station site is now a retail park.
Dunfermline (Comely Park)
Dunfermline Queen Margaret
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Dunfermline Tram Depot
Touch North Junction
Touch South Junction
Elbowend Junction [1st]
Dunfermline Carnegie Library
Dunfermline Abbey and Palace
St Leonard^s Works (Linen Damask)
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|