Opening 13th December 2023
East Linton Station
The station is managed by ScotRail and is unstaffed.
The new station is disability compliant, but note that is within the curtilage of the station.
Two 158m long, 4m wide station platforms and associated furniture (waiting shelters, seating and ticket machines).
A new footbridge crosses the railway, incorporating lift shafts and stairs on either side.
Lighting columns throughout the site and associated infrastructure/ equipment including CCTV.
Car park, bus stop with shelter and a drop-off space.
114 parking spaces including blue badge priority parking
18 electric vehicle charging points (built in capacity to add further electric vehicle charging points when required.)
Cycle storage facilities.
No toilets are provided at the station.
Live trains and tickets: https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/east-linton/
Public Transport Connectivity
There is no taxi rank at this station.
Pre hired taxis will require to be ordered in advance.
Onward Travel To Popular Destinations – Walking
East Linton is a charming and well-kept conservation village overlooking the River Tyne by the Linn Rocks.
Nearby are the ancient Mill at Preston National Trust (15 mins walk) and attractive River Tyne walks to the Conservation Village of Tyninghame (60 mins walk) via the nearby Phantassie Steadings and Doocot (15 mins walk).
Smeaton Lake and Woods a former designed landscape which retains much of its character and outstanding views.
The volcanic plug Traprain Law (60 mins) is reachable on foot via offroad and quiet roads via the enchanting Hailes Castle (30 mins) positioned perilously on the river Tyne.
The Mart is an intriguing hexagonal timber structure, over 150 years old, the only remaining one in Scotland. Set up in 1850 by agricultural pioneer Thomas Mitchell Innes it now hosts occasional craft markets and one off events.