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The Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway
Bo’ness Station
Union St
Bo’ness
EH51 9AQ

By car – Bo’ness Station is in the town centre and has lots of free parking. M9 J5 or J3 then follow the brown tourist signs to Bo’ness & the railway. SATNAV ref EH51 9AQ .

If you are travelling by an electric vehicle, there are 5 electric car charging points (connectors) available at Union Street Car Park, less than 5 minutes walk from the station. Click here for more info.

By bus from Edinburgh

Bo’ness Community Bus runs from the centre of Edinburgh  to Bo’ness with stops in between and then back.

It is recommended you book your seat in advance on the bus. Please see their website here for more information.

By train and bus – Linlithgow is the nearest mainline station. Visitors should alight here and make their way to opposite Linlithgow Cross and to the bus stop outside The Four Mary’s pub. Please see www.travelinescotland.com or call 0871 200 2233 for up to date information about bus services.

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    OTHER SCOTTISH RAILWAY PRESERVATION SOCIETY WEBSITES

    SRPS Website   Information about the operators of the Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway

    SRPS Railtours Exciting day excursions by rail in Scotland and England

    SRPS Museum Collection On-line catalogue of the Museum’s collection

    SRPS Steam Group Find out more about steam locomotive preservation at Bo’ness

    SRPS Diesel Group Find out more about diesel locomotive preservation at Bo’ness

    SRPS Carriage and Wagon Department Find out more about coach and wagon preservation at Bo’ness

    Birkhill Group Website Helping to maintain the station & surrounding area

    Locomotive Owners Group (Scotland) Ltd Follow the overhaul of 80105: A former British Railways Standard Class 4MT 2-6-4 Tank Engine

    MORE ABOUT THE BO'NESS AREA

    Download a leaflet about Bo’ness here.

    Other AttractionsKinneil House   Bo’ness Hippodrome   Bo’ness Motor Museum

    Bo’ness –   Bo’ness Children’s Fair

    Shopping – Lots of lovely little shops to browse only ten minutes stroll from the railway and museum including Paper Ribbons   Pebbles  Inkspot & Silverleaf Booksellers

    Sleeping & eatingRichmond Park  Bo’mains Farm   The Grange Manor   Williamscraig Cottages   Champany Inn   Corbie Inn

     

     

    MORE TO DO IN THE AREA

    Click here to watch the new video to find out about the great family fun you can have in the area.

    Other Attractions – Falkirk Wheel   The Helix   Callendar House   Muiravonside Country Park   Xtreme Karting 
    Linlithgow Palace, House of the Binns, Linlithgow Canal Centre, Kingsfield Golf Centre, Hopetoun House, Almond Valley Heritage Centre, Beecraigs Country Park

    Surrounding towns of interest – Falkirk, Linlithgow, South Queensferry, Stirling

    Visit-Falkirk logoVisitFalkirk promotes the wealth of tourism attractions in the Falkirk area, including the Falkirk Wheel, the world’s first and only rotating boatlift and the Antonine Wall UNESCO World Heritage site.  Click here to visit the website for information on these and many more attractions, plus where to stay.

     

    VisitScotland Scotland’s national tourism organisation – providing inspirational information &
    helpful advice on travel, accommodation & things to see & do in Scotland.

     

    DAYoutWITHtheKIDS.co.uk – an easy to use website for finding places to visit with your family all over the UK.

     

     

    Photographic Credits

    We would like to thank the following for allowing us to reproduce their images:

    logo-thank-youPeter Backhouse , Andy McLean, David Queenan
    Linda Batchelor
    Lisa Evans
    Roger Haynes
    Ian Lothian
    Stuart Mackay
    Cat Morley
    Angus E. Rex
    Graham Scott

     

     

     

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