This two platform station was in a rural location not far from Harburn House and estate, to the south.
The station had two platforms. the main station building was on the Edinburgh bound platform and there were waiting rooms on each platform. A goods yard was accessed by reversal from the Edinburgh bound line. It was located at the north east end of the station, on the north side of the line. Opposite, just north of the southbound platform, was the signal box.
The box closed in 1964 and station in 1966.
Little remains of the station. The railway remains open and is electrified.
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Harburn Limeworks Signal Box
Burngrange Shale Mine Pit No 39
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