Leven is a planned station on a reopened Leven line in Fife, Scotland. It will serve the communities of Leven, Innerleven and Methil.

The original station was located east of Glenlyon Road and north of Hawkslaw Road at the top of Station Road. It closed in 1969 and has been demolished. A housing development now occupies the former trackbed.

The new station will be built at a new location. The preferred but currently unconfirmed site is close to Bawbee Bridge and adjacent to the Levenmouth Swimming Pool and Sports Centre car park.

View the Reopen entry for Leven line

A reinstated station at Cameron Bridge also forms part of the Leven line reopening scheme.

Map showing the location the proposed Leven station (provisional)

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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.

Fife Heritage Railway (Kingdom of Fife Railway Preservation Society – see also Wikipedia)

Leven railway station, Fife – Wikipedia (original station, now demolished)

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