Opened on the Dundee and Newtyle Improvement (Scottish Central Railway).
This was a two platform station with a passing loop. The main station building was on the northbound platform. The loop ran west to Gibb's Lane and east over High Street to Lochee Goods, Camperdown Linen Works and the line north to Baldovan. The main station building had a canopy.
The station was on a curve and a tall signal box was built on the westbound platform, high enough to see over the footbridge.
The station was on the deviation opened in 1861 to replace the Law Incline and Law Tunnel approach to Dundee Ward Road. The deviation joined the Dundee and Perth Railway at Ninewells Junction and trains ran on to Dundee West.
The station building still stands, rebuilt in 1972 as the Lochee Burns Club. The building is stone built and striking with an unusual rough hewn arrangement of the courses. It has been extended to the south.
To the east the west abutment of the bridge over the main road remains.
Offset at Back of Law
Ninewells Junction [Station]
Dundee Ward Road
Baldovan and Downfield
Dundee Trades Lane
Other railway and industry locations
Camperdown Linen Works
Old Signal Box
Dundee Ward Road Shed
Dundee West Shed
Dundee Central Junction
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|