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TITLE
Pitlochry Station looking south from the footbridge, 1912
EXTERNAL ID
PC_HRS_STATIONS_001_1186
PLACENAME
Pitlochry
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
PERTH: Moulin
DATE OF IMAGE
1912
PERIOD
1910s
SOURCE
Highland Railway Society
ASSET ID
27840
KEYWORDS
railway stations
Highland Railway Society
HRS
Pitlochry Station looking south from the footbridge, 1912

A view of Pitlochry Station, looking south from the footbridge, taken in 1912.

Pitlochry station was opened by the Inverness and Perth Junction Railway (I&PJR) in June 1863. The I&PJR was one of the companies which merged to form the Highland Railway in 1865. It is still served by regular passenger services although it was closed to goods traffic in June 1983. It is a two platform station with a passing loop. The goods shed has been demolished but a siding remains. The station retains its fine main buildings, footbridge, north signal box and wooden platform extensions to the south end.

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Pitlochry Station looking south from the footbridge, 1912

PERTH: Moulin

1910s

railway stations; Highland Railway Society; HRS

Highland Railway Society

Highland Railway Society - Stations

A view of Pitlochry Station, looking south from the footbridge, taken in 1912.<br /> <br /> Pitlochry station was opened by the Inverness and Perth Junction Railway (I&PJR) in June 1863. The I&PJR was one of the companies which merged to form the Highland Railway in 1865. It is still served by regular passenger services although it was closed to goods traffic in June 1983. It is a two platform station with a passing loop. The goods shed has been demolished but a siding remains. The station retains its fine main buildings, footbridge, north signal box and wooden platform extensions to the south end.