Opened on the Edinburgh and Hawick Railway (North British Railway).
This was a two platform station located in a deep cutting. The street level building remains here, in use as a house.
The goods yard was approached by what appeared to be a steep incline - it was in fact level, it was the railway which was climbing from north to south.
The nearest stations were Fushiebridge (north) and Heriot (south).
Eskbank and Dalkeith
Other railway and industry locations
St Margarets Loco Ash dump
Borthwick Bank Signal Box
Middleton Lime Works
Middleton Limestone Quarry
Middleton Limestone Quarry [South]
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A Regional History of the Railways of Great Britain: Scotland - The Lowlands and the Borders v. 6 (Regional railway history series)
Forgotten Railways: Scotland
Galashiels 1897: Selkirkshire Sheet 08.02 (Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Selkirkshire)
Galashiels to Edinburgh: Including the Lauder and Dalkeith Branches - the Waverley Route (Scml)
Hawick 1897: Roxburghshire Sheet 25.07 (Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Roxburghshire)
Hawick to Galashiels: The Waverley Route Including the Selkirk Branch (Scottish Main Lines)
Last Years of the Waverley Route
North British Railway, Vol. 1 (Standard Railway History)
North British Railway, Vol. 2 (Standard Railway History)
On the Waverley Route
Railways Of Scotland 2: The Waverley Route DVD - Cinerail
The Waverley Route Through Time
The Waverley Route: Its Heritage and Revival
The Waverley Route: The Postwar Years
Waverley Route: The battle for the Borders Railway
Waverley Route: The Life, Death and Rebirth of the Borders Railway
Waverley: Portrait of a Famous Route