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North Berwick Branch


DRS class 37s Test Coach Mentor on North Berwick branch at ECML


North Berwick Railway Station, Lothians, Scotland


Biddeford switcher and EDPO at Wells and North Berwick,ME 03/28/1992


A few trains on the ECML, 23/06/18


Onboard First Scotrail 322485 Arriving North Berwick

The North Berwick Branch was a short railway branch line built by the North British Railway to connect North Berwick, in East Lothian, Scotland to its main line. It was built as a tactical means of excluding competitors from the area, and when it opened in 1850 it was loss making. The later development of North Berwick as a resort and a golfing centre transformed the branch line.
    • Authorisation and construction 

    • Horse traction 

    • The Lothian Coast Express 

    • From 1923 

    • Current operations 

    • Rolling stock