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Barassie Railway Station


(Bàrr Fhasaidh)

Barassie Station
©2017 Gazetteer for Scotland

Barassie Station

An unmanned railway station located behind the village of Barassie, 1¼ miles (2 km) north of Troon in South Ayrshire, Barassie Station (Gael: Bàrr Fhasaidh) lies next to the junction between the Glasgow, Paisley and Ayr railway line and the Kilmarnock line. Although once providing a service to both lines, it now serves only the former. Opened in 1939, the original four platforms are now reduced to two. It is preceded by Troon Railway Station, 1¼ miles (2 km) to the south, and followed by Irvine, 3½ miles (5.5 km) to the north northwest. Now operated by ScotRail, Barassie Station is unstaffed and is used by 135,110 passengers per annum (2009-10).


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