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eBook The Haddington, Macmerry and Gifford Branch Lines (Oakwood Library of Railway History) download ISBN: 0853614563
Author: Andrew M. Hadjucki
Publisher: The Oakwood Press; First Edition edition (February 28, 1994)
Language: English
Pages: 248
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Gifford and Garvald Railway. Longniddry railway station. The Smeaton railway branches of the Lothians. Haddington, East Lothian. History of the North British Railway (until 1855). LibraryThing members' description.

The Gifford and Garvald Railway was a . 5-mile-long (1. 9 km) single-track branch railway line in East Lothian, Scotland, that ran from a junction west of Ormiston on the Macmerry Branch to Gifford via three intermediate stations, Pencaitland, Salt. 9 km) single-track branch railway line in East Lothian, Scotland, that ran from a junction west of Ormiston on the Macmerry Branch to Gifford via three intermediate stations, Pencaitland, Saltoun, and Humbie. The line was proposed in November 1890 and the company was authorised on 3 July 1891 to construct a line of 12 miles and 200 yards. Only . 5 miles of line was completed and opened on 14 October 1901.

The St Andrews Railway (Oakwood Library of Railway History) by Andrew Hajducki . The Dundee to Forfar Direct line is also described

The St Andrews Railway (Oakwood Library of Railway History) by Andrew Hajducki Paperback £1. 5. Only 1 left in stock. The Kirriemuir branch train services tended to be centred on the ee axis, so it has been included. The Dundee to Forfar Direct line is also described. The book is presented in A5 format and consists of 240 pages which include more than 150 photographs, plans etc. It has a full laminated colour card cover with a square-backed spine.

Macmerry and Gifford Lines. Hajducki, Andrew M. (1994). World Heritage Encyclopedia is a registered trademark of the World Public Library Association, a non-profit organization. Oxford: Oakwood Press.

The Macmerry Branch was a North British Railway built double track branch railway line in East Lothian, Scotland, that ran from a junction west of Inveresk on the East Coast Main Line to Macmerry via four intermediate stations, Smeaton, Crossgatehall.

The Macmerry Branch was a North British Railway built double track branch railway line in East Lothian, Scotland, that ran from a junction west of Inveresk on the East Coast Main Line to Macmerry via four intermediate stations, Smeaton, Crossgatehall Halt, Ormiston, and Winton. Two lines ran off the branch line, one a spur line to Hardengreen Junction on the Waverley Line from Smeaton, and the other a branch line to Gifford from just past Ormiston.

Authorised on 3 June 1862 the line was completed and opened on 19 March 1870. Opened to serve local collieries and the Gladsmuir iron works, it was not until 1 May 1872 that the line's stations opened. The spur line to Hardengreen Junction closed in 1913 and the line itself closed in stages. For passengers, the Macmerry to Ormiston closed on 1 July 1925, Smeaton closed on 22 September 1930, and the remaining line Gifford to Smeaton Jn on 3 April 1933.

Gifford and Garvald Railway Macmerry Branch (North British Railway) Saltoun to Smeaton (excluded) .

Gifford and Garvald Railway Macmerry Branch (North British Railway) Saltoun to Smeaton (excluded) closed to freight. Ormiston goods depot closed. Portions of line and locations. This line is divided into a number of portions. Monktonhall to Winton. The original junction was for the Macmerry Branch (North British Railway) the present version is between the East Coast Main Line (former North British Railway) and line to Millerhill Marshalling Yard (British Railways). A northbound cement train photographed shortly after turning west off the ECML at Monktonhall Junction on 19 July 2018 John Furnevel 19/07/2018.

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