Newtongrange Railway Station

A halt on the Borders Railway, Newtongrange Railway Station is situated in the centre of the village of Newtongrange in Midlothian. It opened with the line in 2015. Built by BAM Nuttall, Newtongrange comprises a single platform serving a single-track line. The first station here opened just to the north of the present station in 1848 but closed with the demise of the Waverley Line in 1969. There were once a host of sidings to the south, associated with the former Lady Victoria Colliery. The station is now operated by ScotRail, with more than 80,000 passengers in its first year, rising to 141,644 in 2016-17. The preceding station is Eskbank, 1¼ miles (2 km) to the north northwest, while the next station is Gorebridge, 2 miles (3 km) to the south southeast.

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