Cameron Bridge is a planned station on a reopened Leven line in Fife, Scotland. It will serve the communities of Windygates and Methilhill, Cameron Hospital and Cameron Bridge distillery.

The original station closed to passengers in 1969 but remained open until the 1990s for freight trains serving Cameron Bridge distillery, which is the largest grain distillery in Europe.

The Leven line and reinstated stations at Cameron Bridge and Leven (relocated) are scheduled to be opened in 2024 as part of the Levenmouth rail link, a £70 million project funded by the Scottish Government. Main source: Cameron Bridge railway station – Wikipedia.

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Ordnance Survey map c.1947 of Cameron Bridge | Credit: National Library of Scotland

Ordnance Survey map c.1947 of Cameron Bridge | Credit: National Library of Scotland (view)
Map showing the approximate location of the proposed Cameron Bridge station

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Further reading

A Railway to Regenerate Levenmouth PDF version of a 32-page booklet produced by the successful Levenmouth Rail Campaign. The authors present the case for reinstating passenger services over a mothballed freight line in Scotland and highlight some of the hurdles that had to be surmounted.

Cameron Bridge railway station – Wikipedia

Levenmouth Rail Campaign official website

Levenmouth rail link – Wikipedia

Ordnance Survey map of Levenmouth (1947) on National Library of Scotland website

Reopen entry for Leven line