This is currently a single platform station. The platform is on a loop line from the eastbound/southbound track. Network Rail is building a second platform on the main westbound/northbound track.
A fine two storey Tudor style station building stands and there was formerly a trainshed and second platform.
The typical North British Railway goods shed (^B^ listed) at the east end of the station will be lost with the installation of a footbridge to reach the new platform.
The goods yard was north of the line and on the east side, approached from the east. On the south side of the lines was a locomotive shed and turntable.
There were signal boxes at either end of the station^s loop. The west box was a little west of the station and the east box at the entry to the goods yard. Both were on the north side of the line. The west box was replaced in 1942 with an LNER Type 14 (ARP) design. The loop was lengthened at the west end and the box was further to the west, also on the north side. The layout was rationalised in 1974 and both boxes were replaced with a panel box between 1976 and 1977 when the Edinburgh Signalling Centre took over.
South of the running lines was Dunbar Shed. The turntable was approached from the east.
On the east side of the station^s approach road is a ^B^ listed former entry lodge, currently the Station Yard Micropub.
The line between Edinburgh Waverley, North Berwick and Dunbar is supported and promoted by the East Lothian Community Rail Partnership .
North Berwick [1st]
North Berwick [Williamstown]
| Oxwellmains Quarry|
Beltonford Paper Works
Dunbar Cement Works
Torness Power Station Siding
Torness Nuclear Power Station
East Linton Viaduct
Doon Hill Anglo Saxon Hall
Markle Level Crossing
Dunglass Collegiate Church
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
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Proposal to re-open East Linton along with an improved service to Dunbar by 2014.
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Edinburgh St. Margaret's: The Story of the 'Other' Edinburgh Depot of the North British Railway 1845-1967
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North British Railway in Northumberland, The
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North British Railway, Vol. 2 (Standard Railway History)
Signalling and Signal Boxes along the North British Railway, Great North of Scotland Railway and the CLC Routes
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The Castle and the Bear: A Brief History of the North British Railway
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