Kinneil railway station, also known as Kinneil Halt, is a railway station in Bo'ness, Scotland. The station is a request stop to start the tour of the Kinneil nature reserve. It is located in the area previously occupied by Kinneil Colliery and as a result, the railway in the vicinity is very tightly curved and has a speed limit of just 10 mph due to possible subsidence. Between 1985 and 1989 it was the line's terminus and included a loop which has now been partially removed.
|Station on heritage railway|
|Location||Bo'ness, Falkirk (council area)|
|Managed by||Scottish Railway Preservation Society|
|1899||original station opened|
|22 Sept.1930||original station closed|
|1985||present station opened|
The original station was opened by the North British Railway on 2 January 1899 and closed on 22 September 1930. It was subsequently demolished after closure.
- "Kinneil Halt - Alight here for fresh air and beauty! - Bo'ness Railway". Retrieved 19 May 2020.
- "North British Railway. List of Stations with opening and closing dates from 1828 to 2003" (PDF). NBR Study Group.
|Preceding station||Heritage railways||Following station|
|Birkhill||Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway||Bo'ness|
|Manuel||Slamannan and Borrowstounness Railway||Bo'ness|