Shawfair Railway Station

Shawfair railway station will be a newly planned station to be opened on the Waverley Line, a railway line to be reopened between Edinburgh and Tweedbank, just beyond Galashiels in Scotland.

There is planned to be a half-hourly service at this stop to Gorebridge. This station is to serve the new development of Shawfair, a settlement south-east of Edinburgh.

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Stations: Brunstane • Curriehill • Dalmeny • Edinburgh Park • Haymarket • Kingsknowe • Newcraighall • Slateford • South Gyle • Waverley • Wester Hailes

Future stations: Gogar • Shawfair

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Coordinates: 55°55′21″N 3°04′57″W / 55.92250°N 3.08250°W / 55.92250; -3.08250


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