The Ellangowan Paper Mill branch passed under the former main road in Milngavie to the site of the mills where a number of sidings were available. The branch was really a long siding.
The overbridge and cutting walls are the main remains of this line, the trackbed now being Ellangowan road and a footpath (the start of the West Highland Way). Woodburn Way was built across the trackbed just above the level of the closed line. The mill's site is now a housing and a library although one of the mill ponds remains as an attractive feature by the library.
| Allander Print Works|
Burnbrae Dye Works
Allander Sports Centre
New Kilpatrick Cemetery Antonine Wall
Bearsden Bath House
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
|/ /1960||Glasgow and Milngavie Junction Railway|
Ellangowan Paper Mill goods branch closed.
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