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North Berwick Branch

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

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North Berwick Railway Station, Lothians, Scotland

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

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

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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