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ABOUT THE STATIONS


Bo'ness station (Photo : Margaret Haynes)

Bo'ness Station

Ticket Office

The traditional ticket office is located in the former Wormit station building. This building, which was relocated from the south end of the Tay Bridge, also contains ladies and gents toilets. The adjacent modern building houses the Station Coffee Shop, souvenir shop, Tourist Information Point, and toilets suitable for disabled visitors.
Carriages Tea Room (Photo : Roger Haynes)

Station Coffee Shop

The Station Coffee Shop offers a full range of meals, snacks, hot & cold drinks, and ice cream.
SRPS Shop (Photo : Roger Haynes)

Souvenir Shop

The souvenir shop is always a popular part of any visit. It stocks books, videos and memorabilia for the enthusiast, as well as Thomas the Tank Engine merchandise and other toys.
Tourist Information Point (Photo : Roger Haynes)

Tourist Information

A Tourist Information Point is located in the station and provides information about accommodation and attractions locally and throughout Scotland.
Gauge 'O' Model Railway (Photo : Roger Haynes)

Gauge 'O' Model Railway

The Gauge 'O' Model Railway is housed in two Norwegian carriages next to the station and picnic area. Glenauchter, based on Gleneagles station, has been built and is operated by the Gauge 'O' Guild.
No 1 & Caley coaches at Kinneil (Photo : Roger Haynes)

Kinneil Station

Kinneil is a request stop which is a convenient starting point to explore the Kinneil Kerse nature reserve.
80105 & train at Birkhill station (Photo : Roger Haynes)

Birkhill Station

Passenger services call at Birkhill Station. The station building was moved from Monifieth (near Dundee) and may be recognised by visitors to the 1988 Glasgow Garden Festival where it formed Central Regional Council's Heart of Scotland exhibit. Around the station are several woodland walks.

Manuel Station

Manuel station is adjacent to the Edinburgh - Glasgow main-line and is the southern terminus of the Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway. Passengers can watch the locomotive run-round the train while trains pass on the main-line. The link line from here connects to the main-line at Bo'ness Junction and is used to transfer locomotives and carriages to and from Network Rail.

About the Railway
About the Trains

For further information phone :
01506 822298
or write to
The Scottish Railway Preservation Society
Bo'ness Station, Union Street, Bo'ness, West Lothian EH51 9AQ

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