|/ /1858||[Alyth Railway]|
Act receives Royal ascent.
Brick single road shed with a (added later) 40ft turntable opened at Alyth. Sub shed of Dundee.
|/ /1874||[Alyth Railway]|
Alyth Railway absorbed by [Caledonian Railway].
Alyth shed closed, but continues to be used until 1951. By this date the turntable is 42ft.
Closed to passengers.
Passenger service withdrawn and shed track lifted.
Alyth Town to Alyth Junction closed to passengers.
|/ /1960||[Alyth Railway]|
Alyth shed demolished.
Alyth Town to Alyth Junction closed to freight.
These locations are along the line.
This was originally a three platform station at the end of the road from Newtyle close to Nethermill and the Belmont Arms with goods facilities to its west, north side of the line. The station opened with the Alyth Railway (1861). It had two through platforms and a bay platform on the north side at the east end of the station. A further platform opened on the new flyover from [[Newtyle ...More details
This was a single platform station to the south of the level crossing just outside Meigle. The platform was later re-located to the north of the level crossing.
This was a single platform station with the platform on the west side of the line. There was a loop with a siding serving a loading bank at the south end.
Initially a siding in a cutting, Porterockney Siding serving Pitcrocknie Farm to the north, a halt was opened here opposite the siding on the south side of the line.
This was a single platform terminus with a timber overall roof braced between the station building and the goods shed. This was removed before closure.