Former Killin Junction Railway Station

Killin Junction was a railway station that connected the Callander & Oban Railway and the newley opened Killin Railway together. Killin Junction was opened 1st June 1870, closed due to a landslide on the 27th September 1965 and officially closed on the 5th November 1965.

What's left today:
Not much of the station is left today. Only the island platform and one small railway cottage remain. The platform is badly overgrown and the cottage was a ruin for a long time, but has now been made into a private house. Near the junction it is still clear to see where the Callander & Oban Railway seperated from the Killin Railway. The trackbed is walkable and also used by people mountainbiking.

Some small remains of other buildings can also be seen.
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Overgrown remains of the island platform
Building remains at Killin Junction.
Remains of an old building next to Killin Junction.
Overgrown remains of the island platform
Overgrown remains of the island platform
Overgrown remains of the island platform
Old signal post support at Killin Junction.
Standing on the trackbed looking at the island platform. The Killin Railway was on the right while the Callander & Oban Railway was on the left.
Remains of an old building next to Killin Junction.
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