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.
A reinstated station at Cameron Bridge also forms part of the Leven line reopening scheme.
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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.
Leven railway station, Fife – Wikipedia (original station, now demolished)
Levenmouth Rail Campaign official website
Ordnance Survey map of Levenmouth (1947) on National Library of Scotland website