Buffers in East Newport station in this 1968 photograph. The line to Tayport has been removed since 1966 and the sidings too have gone.
Large crowds at East Newport Station waiting for the return train to Dundee after picnicking at Windmill Park.
A painting by Helen Wallace of the railway bridge over Cupar Road just before the small turn-off leading up to dual carriageway. The bridge carried the line from East Newport into Tayfield estate, and it was demolished in 1980s.
Diesel train at East Newport station. in the 1960s two coal merchants were based at the station, Smith Hood and Co Ltd, and Thomas Muir, Son and Patton Ltd.
A surprising destination of Montrose on this diesel train at East Newport in 1968. Here East Newport station is looking rather tatty - it's only months before it would close for good in May 1969.
Diesel Train at East Newport 1960s.
Diesel Train at East Newport 1960s. Two coal merchants' depots clearly visible.
Dundee-bound diesel train at East Newport Station.
Diesel train at East Newport station, seen through the footbridge.
Two views of the dilapidated platform shelter on the 'up' side of the line, a couple of years after closure.
Two views from 1971 of a very dilapidated station building at East Newport, two years after its closure in May 1969.
Key that opened the gates of the level crossing at East Newport station.
East Newport rail tickets from 1965, and a luggage ticket from West Newport.
East Newport Signal Box at the far end of the station. Photograph from 1968 not long before closure in 1969. Only single track remaining as no need by then for access to Tayport or for sidings access to the goods yard which had been behind the signal box.
Series of photographs showing East Newport Station site after closure. The station closed in 1969 and houses were built on the site by 1980. These photographs probably date from mid 1970s before final clearance of site. Only the main station building (picture 4) was retained.
A wintry view of an abandoned and derelict East Newport station after its closure in May 1969.
A very early view of East Newport station with staff lined up on platform. Probably 1890s.
The earliest known image of East Newport station, probably not long after the railway opened in 1879. No other buildings to be seen, but that would soon change as a result of the arrival of the railway.
A more unusual view of East Newport station in these two photographs taken from Linden Avenue.
Newport station house beginning to look rather dilapidated after rail closure in 1969. Photograph from 1971.
Some 60 or more years separate these two photographs taken from almost identical locations at East Newport Station, probably around early 1900s and 1970.
East Newport station platform sign, with house in Norwood behind. The ground between the station and Norwood was at one time used for allotments.
Tremendous view of the 12.28 train from Dundee to Tayport on 21 September 1963, leaving East Newport station. Image directly in front of the present day Craighead care home. Just visible on the right are the chimneys of Craighead Road.
Painting of East Station, Newport-on-Tay by Helen Wallace.