These newspaper cuttings refer to the 1980s campaign, headed by John Rundle and ultimately unsuccessful, to reopen Wormit station.
Diesel train emerging from tunnel at Wormit Station.
Passengers ready to board diesel train at Wormit Station as it leaves the tunnel and approaches the platform.
Diesel train leaving Wormit station heading for Newport. 1960s.
Diesle train on Tay Rail Bridge c. 1960s. Wormit Station very neat.
Photograph shows the disused and fairly derelict Wormit station being carefully dismantled in 1980. The Scottish Railway Preservation Society had bought it and moved it to Bo'ness where it was rebuilt and is still part of the society’s working steam museum.
Newspaper account of dramatic and potentially disastrous accident at Wormit station when a furniture lorry toppled from the road down the banking, landing on a train from Tayport. Fortunately the carriage it landed on was empty of passengers.
The damaged train coach after a lorry tumbled on to it at Wormit station from the road above. April 1958.
Goods train approaching rail bridge from the Wormit sidings.
Maharajah of Kallimpoor (Call him poor) arrives at Wormit Station in 1933.
Newport Railway timetable showing trains between Dundee and Tayport. In 1956 there were 22 trains each way each day.
Newscutting explaining how nearly 12 years after closure in 1969 Wormit station was saved. It was bought by the Scottish Railway Preservation Society and rebuilt as a station at their working steam museum at Bo'ness
Newspaper Article from May 2020 recalling the events of May 1955 when a picnic train from Tayport crashed at Wormit Station.
Postcard view of steam train on railway bridge, with Wormit station in foreground.
Colour postcard view of steam train on second Tay Rail Bridge. Wormit station in foreground.
Postcard view showing steam train on Tay Rail Bridge with Wormit Station in foreground.
This postcard is of a drawing of the railway bridge and Wormit Station, viewed from Hillside Terrace.
Postcard view of Tay Rail Bridge and Wormit Station. Card gives bridge statistics.
A postcard taken from Wormit Station (now Bridgehead Place) showing the Masonic Hall (Spar) and houses behind.
The spectacular rail crash at Wormit in 1955 in which tragically three people were killed. Local people and tennis players are seen rushing to help.
Station-master's cap from Wormit station.
Changing times as the old and new pass at Wormit station.
Wonderful colour photograph of engine 64547 at Wormit Station.
Steam engine 80123 pulling passenger train through Wormit Station in 1958. Willocks' carpet beating establishment down below on Bay Road.