|Location||Pinkhill, Corstorphine, City of Edinburgh |
|Coordinates||55°56′30″N3°15′51″W / 55.9417°N 3.2643°W Coordinates: 55°56′30″N3°15′51″W / 55.9417°N 3.2643°W|
|Original company||North British Railway|
|Post-grouping||London and North Eastern Railway|
|1 February 1902||Station opened|
|1 January 1917||Station closed|
|1 February 1919||Station opened|
|1 January 1968||Station closed (passengers)|
|5 February 1968||Station closed (freight)|
Pinkhill railway station was a railway station in Edinburgh, Scotland. It served Edinburgh Zoo, east Corstorphine and Murrayfield. Services were provided by trains on the Corstorphine Branch of the Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway.
The station was opened by the North British Railway and the line passed on to the Scottish Region of British Railways on nationalisation in 1948. It was closed by the British Railways Board in 1968. 
The disused track bed is now a cycle and footpath, forming part of the City of Edinburgh's Quiet Route 9.  The platforms and ticket office of the former station remain in place. 
|Preceding station||Historical railways||Following station|
|Balgreen Halt|| North British Railway |
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