Wallyford [1st] (1866-1867)
Opened on the North British Railway.
Note: text in square brackets is added for clarity and was not part of the location's name.
This was a short lived station. It was west of today's Wallyford station and north west of today's village.
A signal box, Wallyford, controlled junction and exchange sidings for the line which ran south and east to Wallyford Colliery and Wallford Brick Works. The box closed in 1961, with the closure of the line to the brick works.
Niddrie Junction [2nd]
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Wallyford Brick Works
Wallyford Colliery Pit No 3
Wallyford Colliery Pit No 1
Morrison^s Haven Junction
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Esk Net Mills
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