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The East Coast Main Line is a major trunk railway in the United Kingdom, linking London with Edinburgh. A detailed diagram of the line is housed on this page for technical reasons. There were many lines connecting with collieries etc. branching off the ECML. These are generally not shown.

Where dates for a railway station are shown as e.g. (1853–1959/64) these refer to the dates of closure to passengers and freight. Tallington station is open to freight as of 2008.

East Coast Main Line
Aberdeen, Carlisle, Inverness,
Glasgow Central, Glasgow Queen Street
Edinburgh Waverley opened 1866
Calton Tunnels
to Abbeyhill
to Piershill
South Leith branch
Jock's Lodge 1837–1838
Portobello 1837–1964
Lothian Lines
Waverley Line
to Brunstane
Joppa 1859–1964
Waverley Line via
Brunstane & Millerhill Yard
Newhailes 1846–1950
Edinburgh Suburban line
Lothian Lines
Musselburgh branch
Musselburgh (new) opened 1988
Gifford/Macmerry Branch
Inveresk 1846–1964
Wallyford opened 1994
Levenhall Tunnel
Prestonpans opened 1846
Tranent Goods
Cockenzie power station
Seton Mains Halt 1914–1930
Longniddry opened 1846
Ballencrief 1846–1847
Haddington Line
Gullane branch
Drem opened 1846
North Berwick branch
East Fortune 1849–1964
East Linton 1846–1964
Beltonford Goods
Dunbar opened 1846
Innerwick 1846–1951
Cockburnspath 1846–1951
Penmanshiel Tunnel
Grantshouse 1846–1964
Berwickshire Railway
Reston 1846–1964
Ayton 1846–1962
Eyemouth Railway
Burnmouth 1849–1962
Berwick-upon-Tweed opened 1847
Royal Border Bridge
over River Tweed
Kelso Branch
Tweedmouth 1847–1964
Crag Mill 1871–1877
North Sunderland Railway
Christon Bank
Little Mill
Lesbury 1847–1850
Alnwick branch line
Alnmouth opened 1847
Amble Branch Line
Wansbeck Viaduct
over River Wansbeck
Morpeth opened 1847
Wansbeck Railway
Blyth and Tyne Railway
Stannington 1847–1958
Annitsford 1878–1958
Forest Hall
Blyth and Tyne Railway
Newcastle Metro
formerly Blyth and Tyne Railway
North Tyneside Loop
Heaton c.1851–1980
Riverside Branch
North Tyneside Loop
Manors Tyne and Wear Metro opened 1850
1839–1850 Carliol Square
opened 1850 Tyne and Wear Metro Newcastle Central
Tyne Valley Line
via Scotswood
High Level Bridge
over River Tyne
King Edward VII Bridge
over River Tyne
Durham Coast Line
to Sunderland
Bensham 1858–1964
Tyne Valley Line
to Dunston on Tyne
Low Fell
Stanhope and Tyne Railway
Leamside Line
ECML until 1872
Durham opened 1857
Lanchester Valley Railway
Deerness Valley Railway
Durham to Bishop Auckland Line
Leamside Line
to Penshaw
Coxhoe Goods
West Cornforth
Clarence Railway
to Hartlepool
to Spennymoor
to Sedgefield
Simpasture Branch Line
Tees Valley Line
Darlington & Barnard Castle Rly
opened 1825 Darlington North Road
to Eaglescliffe
Darlington Bank Top opened 1841
Tees Valley Line
Croft Spa 1841–1969
Eryholme-Richmond branch line
Danby Wiske
Wensleydale Railway
Northallerton to Eaglescliffe Line
Northallerton opened 1841
Leeds-Northallerton Railway
Otterington 1841–1958/64
Thirsk opened 1841
Leeds and Thirsk Railway
Thirsk Goods
Pilmoor 1847–1958
Pilmoor, Boroughbridge and
Knaresborough Railway
Thirsk and Malton Line
Easingwold Railway
Alne 1841–1958
Beningbrough 1841–1958/65
Harrogate Line
York to Scarborough Line
York to Beverley Line
opened 1877 York
Rowntree Halt 1927–1988
Derwent Valley Light Railway
1839–1959/64 Copmanthorpe
Foss Islands Goods 1880–1989
Naburn 1871–1958/64
Escrick 1871–1953
Riccall 1871–1958/64
Selby to Driffield Line
Dearne Valley Line
York & Selby Lines
Cawood, Wistow and
Selby Light Railway
Selby opened 1834
York & Selby Lines
Hull to York Line
Selby Diversion
Temple Hirst
Pontefract Line
Hull and Barnsley Railway
M62 motorway
Joan Croft Halt
Askern Branch Line
West Riding and Grimsby Railway
Hull and Barnsley and
Great Central Joint Railway
Arksey 1850–1952/64
Wakefield Line
South Humberside Main Line
Marsh Gate Goods
Doncaster opened 1850
Swinton to Doncaster Line
to Barnby Dun
Dearne Valley Railway
Doncaster to Lincoln Line
to Shireoaks
M18 motorway
Rossington 1850–1958/63
Great Northern Light Railway
Bawtry 1850–1958/71
Scrooby 1850–1931
South Yorkshire Joint Railway
Ranskill 1850–1958/64
Barnby Moor and Sutton 1850–1949
Retford opened 1850
Sheffield to Lincoln Line
Retford Low Level
Tuxford North 1850–1955/64
Lancashire, Derbyshire
and East Coast Railway
Dukeries Junction 1850–1950
Crow Park 1850–1955/64
Carlton on Trent 1850–1955
opened 1846 Newark Castle
Nottingham to Lincoln Line
Newark North Gate opened 1852
Claypole 1852–1957/64
Hougham 1855–1957
Poacher Line
Barkston 1850–1955
Peascliffe Tunnel
Ambergate, Nottingham, Boston
and Eastern Junction Railway
Grantham opened 1852
Great Ponton 1853–1959/63
Stoke Tunnel
Corby Glen 1853–1959/64
Saxby to Bourne Line
Little Bytham 1853–1959/65
Edenham and Little Bytham Railway
Essendine 1853–1959/66
Stamford Branch Line
Essendine Branch Line
Tallington 1853–1959
Syston & Peterborough Rly
Lincolnshire Loop Line
Peterborough to Wisbech Line
Wisbech Junction
Westwood Junctions
Peterborough opened 1850
Peterborough Crescent 1858–1866
Nene Valley Railway
Ely to Peterborough Line
Fletton Junction
Fletton Goods
Yaxley and Farcet 1850–1959/65
Ramsey Branch Line
Holme 1850–1959
Abbots Ripton 1885–1958/64
Huntingdon to Ely Line
Huntingdon opened 1850
Huntingdon East 1883–1959/70
Huntingdon to Kettering Line
Offord and Buckden 1851–1959/65
St. Neots opened 1850
Tempsford 1863–1956/65
Varsity Line
Sandy opened 1850
Varsity Line
Biggleswade opened 1850
Langford Goods
Arlesey & Shefford Road opened 1850
Three Counties 1866–1959/70
Bedford to Hitchin Line
Hitchin Goods Junction
Hitchin Junction
Cambridge Line
Hitchin opened 1850
Stevenage opened 1850
Hertford Loop Line
Knebworth opened 1884
Welwyn North Tunnel
Welwyn South Tunnel
Welwyn North opened 1850
Digswell Viaduct
over River Mimram
Hertford, Luton and Dunstable Railway
Welwyn Garden City opened 1926
Abbey Line
Hatfield opened 1850
Welham Green opened 1986
Brookmans Park opened 1926
Potters Bar opened 1850
M25 motorway
Potters Bar Tunnel
Hadley Wood North Tunnel
Greater London
Hadley Wood opened 1885
Hadley Wood South Tunnel
New Barnet opened 1850
Oakleigh Park opened 1873
Barnet Tunnel
New Southgate opened 1850
Wood Green Tunnel
Hertford Loop Line
Alexandra Palace opened 1859
Hornsey opened 1850
Harringay opened 1885
Gospel Oak to Barking Line
Edgware, Highgate & London Rly
Finsbury Park London Underground opened 1861
Northern City Line
closed 1960 Clarence Yard Goods
Gillespie Road closed ?
Holloway and Caledonian Road 1852–1915
Holloway Cattle
Copenhagen Tunnel
North London Line
Freight Terminal Junction
High Speed 1
King's Cross Loco Depot
King's Cross Goods
Great Northern Cemetery
Maiden Lane
temporary passenger terminus 1850-54
Gasworks Tunnel
under Regent's Canal
opened 1854 London Underground London King's Cross
Kings Cross York Road 1906–1976
Thameslink to St Pancras
opened 1941 King's Cross St. Pancras (LU)
1863–1941 London Underground King's Cross (Metropolitan)
King's Cross Thameslink London Underground
London Underground
City Widened Lines

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