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Hamilton Branch (railway)

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The Hamilton Branch is a historic railway in Scotland, running from the Newton railway station to Ross Junction with the Caledonian Railway Coalburn Branch.

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History

  • 17 September 1849 - Opened between Newton and Hamilton
  • 29 May 1876 - Opened between Hamilton and Ross Junction
  • Connections to other lines

  • Coalburn Branch at Ross Junction
  • Hamilton and Strathaven Railway (and onwards to the East Kilbride Line) at Hamilton West railway station
  • Clydesdale Junction Railway, Glasgow Central Railway and Lanarkshire and Ayrshire Railway at Newton railway station
  • Current operations

    The line is open as part of the Argyle Line.

    References

    Hamilton Branch (railway) Wikipedia


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