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List of railway stations and locations: A

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StationOpenedTimetablesClosed
ABBEYHILL1st May, 18697th September, 1964
ABBOTSFORD FERRY5th April, 1856Galashiels & Selkirk5th January, 1931
ABERCHALDER22nd July, 1903Fort Augustus & Spean Bridge1st December, 1933
ABERDEEN4th November, 1867Aberdeen, Fraserburgh & Peterhead
Forres, Hopeman, Elgin & Keith
Open
ABERDOUR2nd June, 1890Edinburgh (Waverley) & Glasgow (Queen Street) to Kirkcaldy, Dundee, Arbroath, Montrose & AberdeenOpen
ABERFELDY3rd July, 1865Aberfeldy & Ballinluig3rd May, 1965
ABERFOYLE1st October, 18821st October, 1951
ABERLADY1st April, 1898Aberlady & Gullane12th September, 1932
ABERNETHY18th July, 184819th September, 1955
ABINGTON15th February, 1848Glasgow (Central) and Edinburgh (Princes Street) to Carlisle and South4th January, 1965
ABOYNE
ACHNASHEEN19th August, 1870Dingwall, Strome Ferry & Kyle of Lochalsh
AIRDRIE (HALLCRAIG STREET)26th December, 1844December 1870
AIRDRIE11th August, 1862Open
ALEXANDRA PARADE1st July, 1881Open
ALLOA (1850)28th August, 18507th October, 1968
ALLOA (2008)19th May, 2008Open
ALVA3rd June, 1863Alloa & Alva1st November, 1954
ALYTH JUNCTION
ANDERSTON10th August, 1896Open
ANNAN23rd August, 1848Glasgow, Dumfries & Carlisle
Kirtlebridge, Annan & Brayton
Open
ANNBANKAyr & Mauchline
ANNIESLAND20th October, 1874Open
ANSTRUTHER (Old)
ANSTRUTHER (1883)1st September, 1883Thornton Junction, Anstruther & St. Andrews6th September, 1965
APPIN24th August, 1903Connel Ferry & Ballachulish28th March, 1966
ARDLUI7th August, 1894Edinburgh, Glasgow, Craigendoran, Fort William & Mallaig
ARDROSSAN MONTGOMERIE PIER30th May, 18906th May, 1968
ARGYLE STREET5th November, 1979Open
ARISAIG1st April, 1901Open
ARMADALE (1862)11th August, 18628th January, 1956
ARMADALE (2011)4th March, 2011Open
ARROCHAR AND TARBET7th August, 1894Edinburgh, Glasgow, Craigendoran, Fort William & Mallaig
AUCHENDINNY2nd July, 1872Edinburgh (Waverley), Polton & Penicuik5th March, 1951
AUCHINLECK9th August, 1848Auchinleck & Muirkirk
Glasgow, Dumfries & Carlisle
Open
AUCHTERARDER22nd May, 184811th June, 1956
AUCHTERMUCHTY6th June, 18575th June, 1950
AVIEMORE
AVOCH1st February, 18941st October, 1951
AYR (1886)12th January, 1886Ayr & Mauchline
Kilmarnock & Ayr
Ayr, Dunure & Girvan
Glasgow (St. Enoch) to Kilmarnock (via Dalry), Ardrossan, Largs, Ayr, Girvan & Stranraer
Ayr, Rankinston & Dalmellington
Open

Other Locations
Abbeyhill Junction
Aberdeen Harbour
Alloa East Junction
Alloa Harbour Junction
Alloa Shed
Alloa Swing Bridge
Alloa West Junction
Anstruther Junction
Arbroath South S.B.
Ardrossan Shed (67D)
Arkleston Junction
Arniston
Arrat L.C.
Auchendinny East Tunnel
Auchendinny Viaduct
Auchendinny West Tunnel
Auchmuty Junction
Aviemore Shed (60B)
Avon Viaduct
Awe Viaduct
Ayr Harbour Junction
Ayr Shed (67C)
Ayr Viaduct

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Houndwood

North British Railway


Ex-LNER Class K3 2-6-0 No. 61818 climbs the 1-in-200 gradient at a location to the north-west of Houndwood, between Reston and Grantshouse, with a down Class E goods train on 25th May, 1957. [W.J.V. Anderson]