Location type


Name and dates

Innerwick (1849-1951)

Opened on the North British Railway.


This was a two platform station. The main building was on the westbound platform. The small goods yard was on the south side of the line, a loop serving a loading bank. Opposite this was a siding on the north side, approached from the east. There was a signal box at the west end of the eastbound platform.

The box was replaced in 1908. The station closed in 1951 and the box closed in 1967.

A railway house on the south side of the line remains today.




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