Former Killin Railway Station

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Killin Station was a small railway station in the Scottish town of Killin. The station was part of the Killin Railway that was a small extension going from Killin Junction, through Killin Station and stopped at Loch Tay Station. Killin Station opened 1st April 1886 and closed 1st November 1965. The small Killin Railway connected to the Callander & Oban Railway at Killin Junction, but when the Callander & Oban Railway closed in 1965 also marked the closure of the Killin Railway.

What's left today:
The single platform and three sidings have all been demolished. A toilet block now stands on the site of the platform and a small walk and cycle path now follows the trackbed.
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Looking at the track bed with the station behind the camera.
The carpark and bus stop that now occupies the station yard. Picture is taken from the track bed.
Looking towards where the station building would have been. The railway and platform would have been to the right of the picture.
Looking at the sight of the platform.
Looking at the sight of the platform from a different angle.
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