This was a single platform station. The timber platform was on the north side of the line and there were two sidings in the goods yard, both on the north side of the line and approached from the west. The station building was one of the small timber sheds typical of the line. To the west was a railway cottage.
By the 1960s the station building still stood but platform was removed, in common with the rest of the Gifford branch. the line closed in 1965.
The station site has been cleared but the trackbed is preserved and is now a walkway. There is a car park for the walkway. The railway cottage survived into the 1990s.
The large Pencaitland Maltings (opened in 1964, one year before line closure) now stands to the north and west of the former station.
The village of Wester Pencaitland was to the north with Easter Pencaitland a little further east.
Seton Mains Halt
| Pencaitland Maltings|
Brander^s Workshop Siding
Lempock Wells Siding
Winton Mine (Sebastapoll?)
Ormiston Market Cross
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
A Regional History of the Railways of Great Britain: Scotland - The Lowlands and the Borders v. 6 (Regional railway history series)
Haddington, Macmerry and Gifford Branch Lines (Oakwood Library of Railway History)