Former Lochearnhead Railway Station

Lochearnhead is a converted railway station that is situated about 30 miles north of Stirling, which features bunk accommodation for up to 90 people and access to the finest walking country in central Scotland.

The station is now a scouts camp. Hertfordshire Scouts are the ones that are now on the site. The island platform, station house and one cargo platform still exist today. Out side the station you can see one pillar, that once had a bridge crossing the A85 so the railway could enter Lochearnhead Station. You can also see the remains of the Lochearnhead Viaduct.
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The inside of the subway.
The inside of the subway.
Looking down the platform behind the station building. This section has had the track bed filled up to platform level.
Looking along the platform.
The old goods platform with the passenger station in the background.
The subway on the platform.
Looking at the old road that would have led up to the subway.
Standing at the end of the platform.
A closer look at the station building.
Looking along the platform.
Looking along the platform with the station building on the left.
A plaque explaining when the scouts took over the station after its closure.
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