Livingston South Railway Station

(Baile Dhunlèibhe a Deas)

One of two railway stations serving the town of Livingston in West Lothian, Livingston South (Gael: Baile Dhunlèibhe a Deas) is located between districts of Murieston and Bankton, a mile (1.5 km) south southeast of the town centre. Used by 285,000 passengers per annum (2012), this is a modern unmanned halt that opened in 1984 on the Shotts Line, which connects Edinburgh Waverley with Glasgow Central station, via Shotts. Livingston South lies between stations at Kirknewton and West Calder.

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