Aberfeldy Branch (Inverness and Perth Junction Railway)

Introduction

This branch is closed. Passenger services are still provided by ScotRail between Inverness and Perth and the nearest station is at Pitlochry.






Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.

Ballinluig

This was a three platform station with two platforms on either side of the loop and a second face of the northbound platform served the Aberfeldy branch, there being a loop alongside the platform.
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Ballinluig Viaduct

This single track viaduct was immediately west of Ballinluig station on the Aberfeldy Branch. It has been demolished and the site is now occupied by a road bridge on the A827. This road bridge replaced an 1889 bowstring girder bridge which was just to the north. This, in turn, replaced the...

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Logierait Viaduct

This viaduct should not to be confused with the now demolished Ballinluig Viaduct which crossed the River Tummel and was just to the east. The bridges were very similar in appearance.
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Balnaguard Halt

This was a single platform halt with a timber platform and wooden waiting shed.
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Grandtully

This was a one platform station with a small size old Highland Railway timber building. There was a small goods yard with a loading bank at the east end of the station.
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Aberfeldy Shed

This was a single ended one track shed just east of the station, accessed from the station via the turntable.
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Aberfeldy

This was a two platform terminus. The main platform could accommodate a long train alongside the station building and had a run-round loop and the short platform could take a few coaches and was at the east end of the station.
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