Musselburgh [1st] (1846-1847)
Inveresk Junction (1876-1890)
Opened on the North British Railway.
Note: text in square brackets is added for clarity and was not part of the location's name.
This was a two platform station with the platforms passing under Carberry Road. The main station building was on the eastbound platform with a waiting room on the westbound.
The station was about a mile south of Musselburgh itself. A more suited station, Musselburgh [2nd], opened in 1847.
The goods yard was on the north side, approached by a long reversing spur leading off the eastbound platform. A long siding also existed on the south side, approached from Monktonhall Junction.
The line remains open but no trace of the station remains, except in the alignment of Carberry Grove, formerly the goods yard.
Niddrie Junction [2nd]
Other railway and industry locations
Inveresk Mills (Paper)
Esk Net Mills
Carberry Colliery Pits Nos 2 and 3
Niddrie East Junction
Inveresk Lodge Garden
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