Main road through Stirling set to be closed for a year for rail works [Daily Record]





Date: 12/01/2017

A major traffic route through Stirling is set to close for 12 months. The Kerse Road bridge, which connects the city centre with Springkerse, is to be replaced as part of the electrification of the Stirling-to-Larbert railway line. Motorists will be diverted along alternative routes for the duration of the programme but trains will be able to run as normal during most of the work.


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Main road through Stirling set to be closed for a year for rail works

Daily Record

The Kerse Road bridge, which links the city centre and Springkerse, is set to close from May.

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A freight passing the site of Stirling South shed on 8 March 1970.
Location: Stirling South
Company: Scottish Central Railway
08/03/1970 John Furnevel
358 takes northbound coal empties past Stirling South box in March 1970.
Location: Stirling South
Company: Scottish Central Railway
08/03/1970 John Furnevel