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Written by Steven Wakefield - 22 Feb 2004
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Location notes
On the outskirts of Falkirk , on the Edinburgh - Stirling main line.
Railway type and traffic
There are a fair number of services pass through the station. On the passenger side:
ScotRail services , Edinburgh - Stirling / Dunblane / Inverness and Falkirk - Cumbernauld,
East Coast (HST) to Inverness,

Freight:
DB Schenker hauled MGR between Ayrshire and Longannet and Intermodal and oil to Grangemouth,
Freightliner hauled cement between Oxwellmains and Aberdeen / Inverness,
DRS hauled Malcolm traffic to Grangemouth
Link to Real Time Trains
RTT Link Camelon Station
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Environment
The station is on the outskirts of the town and is quite rural.
Road directions
From the M876 Junction 1:
Join the A883 towards Falkirk and follow this road. After the two lines of the railway triangle cross overhead at the roundabout take exit 1 (left turn) and the station will be on your left.

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Camelon Station map co-ordinates
Parking
The station has a free car park.
Public transport
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Amenities
There are some shops on main road at end of station approach. How ever there are no toilet facilities on the station.
Sun Compass
Sun Compass using Suncalc by brought to you by Vladimir Agafonkin:
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Camelon Station

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Camelon Station general view map
Camelon Station close up map

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Photographic notes
Given the east west direction of the line the morning is best for east bound traffic, the afternoon onwards better for west bound traffic. The alternative is a backlit shot.


General views - All photographs © Steven Wakefield unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking west


Fig 1 - Looking west

The driection for trains from Ayrshire, Stirling and Mossend.

Fig 2 - Looking east


Fig 2 - Looking east

The direction for trains from Edinburgh, Grangemouth and Longannet.

Fig 3 - Looking west


Fig 3 - Looking west

From the station footpath originating from the westbound platform.

Fig 4 - Looking east


Fig 4 - Looking east

From the station footpath originating from the westbound platform.

Location Video


Trains at Camelon and Falkirk G. 24/09/07

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