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Dunbar railway station serves the town of Dunbar in East Lothian, Scotland. It is located on the East Coast Main Line and is a two platform station. The main platform (One) is located on a loop adjacent to the main through lines. The second platform is on the main northbound line which has officially operated trains stopping there since 15 December 2019. It is 29 miles 5 chains (46.8 km) from Edinburgh Waverley and 364.092 miles (585.950 km) from London King's Cross. Prior to December 2019, the line on which the main platform is located was bi-directional (meaning that trains travelling to/from London or Edinburgh Waverley had to take it in turns to use the station if they were scheduled to stop there). With all Northbound services now using the second platform and no longer using the main

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  • Dunbar railway station serves the town of Dunbar in East Lothian, Scotland. It is located on the East Coast Main Line and is a two platform station. The main platform (One) is located on a loop adjacent to the main through lines. The second platform is on the main northbound line which has officially operated trains stopping there since 15 December 2019. It is 29 miles 5 chains (46.8 km) from Edinburgh Waverley and 364.092 miles (585.950 km) from London King's Cross. Prior to December 2019, the line on which the main platform is located was bi-directional (meaning that trains travelling to/from London or Edinburgh Waverley had to take it in turns to use the station if they were scheduled to stop there). With all Northbound services now using the second platform and no longer using the main platform loop (with the exception of all terminating Scotrail Services from Edinburgh), this now leaves Syston station in Leicester as the only rare example of a single platformed main line railway station used on a major route. (en)
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  • Looking north from the reinstated second platform at Dunbar in 2020. (en)
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  • Dunbar railway station serves the town of Dunbar in East Lothian, Scotland. It is located on the East Coast Main Line and is a two platform station. The main platform (One) is located on a loop adjacent to the main through lines. The second platform is on the main northbound line which has officially operated trains stopping there since 15 December 2019. It is 29 miles 5 chains (46.8 km) from Edinburgh Waverley and 364.092 miles (585.950 km) from London King's Cross. Prior to December 2019, the line on which the main platform is located was bi-directional (meaning that trains travelling to/from London or Edinburgh Waverley had to take it in turns to use the station if they were scheduled to stop there). With all Northbound services now using the second platform and no longer using the main (en)
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  • Dunbar railway station (en)
  • Station Dunbar (nl)
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