Haymarket Tunnels (1846-)
This pair of double track tunnels is directly east of Haymarket station. The original tunnel is the northern one, the southern added during quadrupling and the addition of extra platforms at Haymarket. To the east is the Princes Street Gardens Cutting approach to Edinburgh Waverley.
The northern tunnel is on the 1846 extension of the 1842 Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway to meet the 1846 North British Railway at what became Edinburgh Waverley.
The southern is an 1890s tunnel, built after the Forth Bridge opened to handle the extra traffic.
Both tunnels are the same length, 1040 yards. The southern tunnel has several air vents.
Unlike the Calton Tunnels, east of Edinburgh Waverley, both tunnels still carry a double track even with the alterations required for electrification.
Overhead was the Caledonian Railway's Morrison Street Goods.
Shandwick Place [Tram]
Edinburgh Princes Street
Princes Street [Tram]
Princes Street [1st]
St Andrew Square [Tram]
Murrayfield Stadium [Tram]
York Place [Tram]
Other railway and industry locations
Lothian Road Shed
Morrison Street Goods
Lothian Road Goods
Dalry Junction [Edinburgh]
Princes Street Gardens Cutting
Haymarket East Junction
Waverley Oil and Cake Mills
Dalry Road Shed
Princes Street Gardens
Georgian House Charlotte Square
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|