Heathhall Farm Bridge (1862-1966)
Opened on the Dumfries, Lochmaben and Lockerbie Railway.
This is an iron bridge, formerly an occupation bridge connecting Heathhall Farm (west) to a field (east). The bridge is not intact but striking. Unusually attractive perhaps to please a landowner. The farm is now housing. C listed.
The bridge can be viewed from the former trackbed, now a footpath. It is half way between Dumfries Goods Junction (south) and Locharbriggs (north). The engineer may have been George Graham.
A little to the north were the sidings for the Heathhall Rubber Works.
Other railway and industry locations
Heathhall Farm Bridge
Heathhall Rubber Works
Dumfries Goods Junction
Maxwelltown Goods Junction
Dumfries St Mary^s Shed [CR]
Cairn Valley Junction
Dumfries Goods [CR]
Guillyhill Level Crossing
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|