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Written by Steven Wakefield - 25 Feb 2004
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Location notes
On the Edinburgh and Glasgow to Stirling mainline, just north of Falkirk.
Railway type and traffic
Passenger Traffic:
ScotRail DMU (Edinburgh and Glasgow to Dunblane and Inverness,
East Coast (HSTs) to and from Inverness.

DB Schenker enterprise, intermodal and vans to Aberdeen or Inverness. Also, the Grangemouth - Linkswood tanks has a loco run round here - just north of station.
Hauled cement from Oxwellmains to Aberdeen and Inverness.
Link to Real Time Trains
RTT Link Larbert
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A small town.
Road directions
From the M876 junction 2 take the A9 into Larbert. Take the left turn onto Main Street (B905)and the station is on your left.

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Larbert map co-ordinates
The station has a free car park.
Public transport
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There are toilets on the station. Near by shops including a bakers and a chip shop.
Sun Compass
Sun Compass using Suncalc by brought to you by Vladimir Agafonkin:
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Googly map
Streetmap links
Larbert general view map
Larbert close up map

Windows Local Live Link - image quality may vary

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Photographic notes
This area still has semaphore signals.

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

Fig 1 - Looking north

From the station overbridge - This shot was taken throught the glass of the over bridge.

Fig 2 - Looking north

Fig 2 - Looking north

Turn left outside the station's main entrance, through car park, and continue along road to the signal box to reach this location.

Fig 3 - Looking south

Fig 3 - Looking south

As above.

Fig 4 - Looking south

Fig 4 - Looking south

Turn right outside the station's main entrance, cross the main road, another road - which is almost opposite the station - and head parallel to the line.

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