A History of Britain’s Railways
This line is closed. Today the nearest
station is in Dundee.
This line ran through farmed countryside to
Alyth. There is a Golf Course to the east of Alyth.
Description of route
From Alyth Junction (near Meigle) to Alyth.
This terminus had a single platform with a
short wooden roof which was supported by the station building and the side of
the nearby goods shed. There was a locomotive shed here. The station site is
now occupied by housing.
Golf Club Halt
This single platform has disappeared although
the course of the line is still visible.
The platform at this station still exists.
Here the Alyth Branch joined the Scottish
Midland Junction Railway at a west facing junction. There was also a platform
for the branch to the north which connected through Newtyle by a flyover the
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