Former Crieff Station

Former Crieff Station


Crieff, United Kingdom (GB)
Crieff Station was big junction on the Caledonian Railway, that went from Peth to Dunblane in Scotland. The statin opened 13th March 1856 and closed 6th July 1964.

What's left today:
Nothing of the station remians. The site has been lost due to hosuing, a carpark and a ambulance serivce garage. Behind the ambulance service garage you can still see the infilled road bridge. On the other side of the road bridge there would have been a cutting and a tunnel, but that has been infilled to make room for a supermarket and housing.
Crieff Station was big junction on the Caledonian Railway, that went from Peth to Dunblane in Scotland. The statin opened 13th March 1856 and closed 6th July 1964.

What's left today:
Nothing of the station remians. The site has been lost due to hosuing, a carpark and a ambulance serivce garage. Behind the ambulance service garage you can still see the infilled road bridge. On the other side of the road bridge there would have been a cutting and a tunnel, but that has been infilled to make room for a supermarket and housing.
View in Google Earth Abandoned, Land - Rail
Links: en.wikipedia.org
By: Drudii

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@ 2012-08-14 06:44:14
Note: Nothing remains of Crieff Station. At the end of the car park you can see an old bridge.

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