Opened on the Caledonian Railway.
This was a two platform station just to the south of Kirkpatrick. There was a goods yard at the east end.
The platforms were to the west of a bridge over a road, with the main station building on the eastbound platform. The platforms were extended later.
The goods yard was on the north side of the line, approached by reversal. A siding on the south side of the line opposite the goods yard, also reached by reversal from the westbound platform.
The main station building still stands, in use as a house. The goods yard is in other uses. A railway cottage still stands at the entry to the yard.
Kirkpatrick House is to the south of the station. When the station opened Kirkpatrick village was very small.
Gretna Green [1st]
Other railway and industry locations
Cove Level Crossing
Kirkpatrick Railway Cottages
Cove Quarry Signal Box
Nutberry Moss Peat Working
Kirtle Water Viaduct
Gretna Site No 4
Eastriggs Ground Frame
Stanfield Farm Level Crossing
Muirhouse Farm Level Crossing
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