Former Loch Tay Railway Station

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Loch Tay Station was a small station on the Killin Railway in Scotland. The station opened 1st April 1886 and closed 9th September 1939. The station had a single platform and the railway left the station and went around a small loop to go back along the single track on the Killin Railway. The station had a small engine shed at the North and had two sidings on a small pier. The station closed in 1939, but because of the engine shed the line still remained active right up to its closure in 1965.

What's left today:
Nothing of the station remains. Private houses now occupy the site.
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Walking along the old track bed heading towards Loch Tay Station.
Looking at the old track bed with Loch Tay Station behind the camera.
The driveway now following the railway with the station site just down at the end of the driveway.
The driveway following the railway to the left and down to the passenger station. The white gate on the right is where the trains would have arrived if they had to collect or drop stuff off at the station's pier.
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