Kincardine Power Station

Location type


Name and dates

Kincardine Power Station (1958-2000)

Station code: National Rail
Served by the Kincardine Power Station (British Railways).


This was a coal burning power station which was railway served.

Coal from Dollar Mine was brought to the power station, the trains running round in Alloa Marshalling Yard.

The power station saw little use in the late 1980s and 1990s except a brief use of coal imported via Rothesay Dock in Clydebank. It was demolished in 2001.

There was a large yard here, approached from the east.


Power station

External links

Canmore site record
NLS Collection OS map of 1892-1914
NLS Collection OS map of 1944-67


  /  /1959Bogside Mine
Opened, to serve the Kincardine Power Station.
  /06/1960Dollar No 4 and 5
Opened, to mostly serve the Kincardine Power station.
  /  /1988Rothesay Dock Branch (North British Railway and Caledonian Railway)
Single track line reinstated from Yoker Depot to the Rothesay Dock for imported coal trains from here to Kincardine Power Station (Kincardine Line). The former Rothesay dock yard was ripped up and replaced with a loop.
  /04/1997Kincardine Line (North British Railway)
Longannet Power Station to Kincardine Power Station re-opened to freight.