Opened on the North British Railway.
This is a two platform station on the East Coast Main Line served by local trains. To the immediate west is the Dolphingstone Deviation and to the east were goods lines to Tranent and Cockenzie Power Station. Also to the east the Tranent Waggonway crossed at right angles to the open railway.
The line between Edinburgh Waverley, North Berwick and Dunbar is supported and promoted by the East Lothian Community Rail Partnership .
The Battle of Prestonpans took place north and east of the station.
Seton Mains Halt
Other railway and industry locations
North Field Colliery
Cockenzie Power Station
Morrison^s Haven Junction
No 10 Pit
Colonel Gardiner^s Monument
Preston Market Cross
Battle of Prestonpans
Prestongrange Industrial Heritage Museum
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
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