Newtongrange railway station
|Owned by||Network Rail|
|Managed by||Abellio ScotRail|
|1 January 1908||Opened|
|6 January 1969||Closed|
|6 September 2015||Resited and reopened|
Passenger statistics from the Office of Rail and Road
Newtongrange is a railway station on the Borders Railway, which runs between Edinburgh Waverley and Tweedbank. The station, situated 11 miles 77 chains (19 km) south-east of Edinburgh Waverley, serves the town of Newtongrange in Midlothian, Scotland. It is owned by Network Rail and managed by Abellio ScotRail.
The station was previously closed (along with the Waverley Route) in 1969. The station reopened, to the south of the original, on 6 September 2015. On 9 September 2015 the Queen and Prince Philip stopped off in Newtongrange station to unveil a plaque. The new construction work was undertaken by BAM Nuttall.
The station also directly serves the National Mining Museum Scotland.
(including Edinburgh Crossrail)
As of the May 2021 timetable change, the station is served by an hourly service between Edinburgh Waverley and Tweedbank, with a half-hourly service operating at peak times (Monday to Saturday). Some peak time trains continue to Glenrothes with Thornton. All services are operated by Abellio ScotRail.
- "Borders to Edinburgh railway opens as longest line in UK in a century". BBC News. 6 September 2015.
- "The Queen delights well-wishers in Newtongrange". BBC News. 9 September 2015. Retrieved 14 September 2015.
- "Train times: Edinburgh – Newcraighall – Tweedbank / Dùn Èideann – Talla na Creige Nuadh – Bruach Thuaidh" (PDF). Abellio ScotRail. 16 May 2021. Retrieved 10 June 2021.
- Media related to Newtongrange railway station at Wikimedia Commons
- Train times and station information for Newtongrange railway station from National Rail
|Preceding station||National Rail||Following station|
|Dalhousie||North British Railway