Location type


Name and dates

Lamington (1848-1965)

Opened on the Caledonian Railway.


This was a two platform station. It was not convenient for the village of Lamington and Lamington House being a mile away by road and across the River Clyde.

The main station building was on the northbound platform with a waiting room on the southbound.

The goods yard was on the west side at the north end of the station and reached by reversal from the north. The station^s signal box was on the east side opposite the goods yard and north of the southbound platform.

The station closed in 1965 and the box closed in 1972 in the run up to electrification (Abington box briefly took over).

The railway remains open. The station^s access road remains, but nothing remains of the station.

To the south is the Lamington Viaduct.




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