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Ewan Crawford's Photographs of Campsie Branch
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Back O Loch Halt: The site of this halt which had timber platforms. The site is now overgrown. [1988?]
Campsie Branch
Ewan Crawford [//] Ref: 6410


Kelvin Valley West Junction: Looking from Kelvin Valley West Junction to Kelvin Valley East Junction. A few viaduct piers remain.
Campsie Branch
Ewan Crawford [//1987] Ref: 7923


Kelvin Valley West Junction: Kelvin Valley West Junction looking north to Milton of Campsie. The line was double track and a double track line branched off to the right to meet the Kelvin Valley ...
Campsie Branch
Ewan Crawford [//1987] Ref: 7924


Kinkintilloch: Bridge for access to the Lion Foundry in Kirkintilloch.
Campsie Branch
Ewan Crawford [//1987] Ref: 8000


Kirkintilloch: General view of the former Kirkintilloch station site looking north. Left to right: loading bank, former sidings, goods shed, grass area where two platforms were.
Campsie Branch
Ewan Crawford [//] Ref: 6419


Kirkintilloch: The southern approach to Kirkintilloch station from the Forth and Clyde Canals Luggie Aquaduct. The former foundries are to either side (bridge to left and shed to right). The station ...
Campsie Branch
Ewan Crawford [//] Ref: 6420


Kirkintilloch: The former goods shed at Kirkintilloch station. The site was then a bus garage.
Campsie Branch
Ewan Crawford [//] Ref: 6421


Kirkintilloch: Here the line passed under the Luggie Aquaduct of the Forth and Clyde Canal and over the Luggie Water. The site was prone to flooding. This location has been tidied ...
Campsie Branch
Ewan Crawford [//] Ref: 6440




Locations along this line: Back O Loch Halt Kirkintilloch Milton of Campsie Kelvin Valley West Junction Kinkintilloch Blane Valley Junction