Scotland Street railway station

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Edinburgh Scotland Street
Location
PlaceEdinburgh
AreaEdinburgh
Operations
Original companyEdinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway then North British Railway
Platforms2
History
31 August 1842Station opened
22 May 1868Station Closed
Disused railway stations in the United Kingdom
Closed railway stations in Britain
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Scotland Street Station was a railway station which stood in a cutting at the north end of Scotland Street, in Edinburgh, Scotland. First opened as Canonmills by the Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway, Scotland Street stood at the southern end of Scotland Street Tunnel that linked the city centre under the New Town to Canal Street.[1] The trains that used the station were rope hauled by stationary steam engine.

The site of the station is now part of a public park.

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Coordinates: 55°57′39″N 3°11′44″W / 55.96083°N 3.19556°W / 55.96083; -3.19556