Lochwinnoch (loop) railway station
Infobox UK disused station
name = Lochwinnoch
caption = The approach to Lochwinnoch looking west in 2008
Glasgow and South Western Railway
latitude = 55.7949
longitude = -4.6248
gridref = NS355588
1 June 1905
events = Opened
27 June 1966
events1 = Closed
platforms = 2|
__NOTOC__Lochwinnoch railway station was a railway station serving the village of
Lochwinnoch, Renfrewshire, Scotland. The station was part of the Dalry and North Johnstone Lineon the Glasgow and South Western Railway.
The station opened on
1 June 1905,Butt, p. 148] and closed to passengers on 27 June 1966. This station was located in the village on the north west side of Castle Semple Loch, being closer to the village centre than the original Lochwinnoch station (renamed Lochside during this station's lifetime) which is still located at the south east end of Castle Semple Loch.
Little remains of the station, although a bricked up entrance remains under a bridge. The station site is now occupied by housing, and the trackbed to the east and west is now part of National Cycle Route 7.
Dalry and North Johnstone Line
col = G&SW colour
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