Lamington Station

This is a view of Lamington Station, probably taken in the early 1960s. By the 1970s, the station had been demolished.

It was originally a small wooden hut built for the convenience of the Baillies of Lamington House. They used to hire trains to come to Lamington to bring guests out to Lamington for the evening and transport them home again. The station is situated about a mile from Lamington Village.

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Dalveen Pass

Nice postcard. Taken from the bridge which still crosses over the railway line and looking towards Hardington Mains & Lamington. The Clyde would be over on the right out of sight.