Location type


Name and dates

Ponfeigh (1864-1964)

Opened on the Douglas Branch (Caledonian Railway).


This was a single platform station was a passing loop. The Douglas Colliery branch came off to the east of the station. On the platform was a timber small building in Caledonian style.

The site has recently been cleared (~2016).

A note on the name. The station was called Ponfeigh because when built it served a village of that name some way to the south east. Douglas Water was developed later after the Douglas Colliery was built, which explains why the station has the 'wrong name'.



External links

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