Maybole station was opened in May 1860 as part of the Maybole & Girvan Railway and later owned by Glasgow & South Western Railway. The station replaced the original Maybole station which was the original terminus for the Ayr & Maybole Junction Railway.
Maybole places to visit
Located just four miles from Maybole is Culzean Castle, the ancestral home of the Marquesses of Ailsa. The castle dates from 1777 and stands on a cliff above the Coves of Culzean – once the retreat of outlaws.
Two miles south of Maybole are the ruins of Crossraguel Abbey, founded around 1240.
Lying south of Maybole are the ruins of Turnberry Castle where Robert the Bruce is said to have been born while a few miles north of Culzean lie the ruins of Dunure Castle – an ancient stronghold of the Kennedys.
(6 spaces and 1 accessible)
Electric charge point
Passenger information system
screens and announcements
Baby changing facilities
independently operated store at front of station.
Accessible car parking
Accessible car park equipment
Impaired mobility set down/pick-up points available