Old Photograph Railway Station Lanark Scotland

Old photograph of the railway station in Lanark, Scotland. Lanark station opened in 1855, as the terminus of a short branch line off the Caledonian Railway's West Coast Main Line. The branch had a triangular junction with the main line to allow trains from Lanark to head west towards Carluke or east to Carstairs. The eastern curve closed in the 1960s. In 1864, a line south from Lanark to Douglas was opened, and in 1874 it was extended to Muirkirk in Ayrshire, where it formed an end-on junction with the Glasgow and South Western Railway. That line closed in 1964. There is a half hourly Abellio ScotRail to Glasgow Central High Level via Shieldmuir, Motherwell and Bellshill. On Sundays this service runs hourly.

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