Gleneagles Station and Gleneagles Hotel Branch (Caledonian Railway)




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This was a four platform station with two platforms on the main line and two on the branch to Crieff [1st]. It ws replaced by the present Gleneagles station. The main station building was on the northbound main line platform and had canopies. there was a building on the southbound main line platform and small shelter on the northbound branch platform.
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Scottish Central Railway
Crieff Junction Railway


This is a two platform station, and was built as a three platform station. The station has canopied platforms and station buildings similar to those which existed at Eglinton Street and Carstairs stations. It is a fine example of a superior Caledonian Railway station. The design was by James Miller. Not only did the station serve the surrounding area but also, from 1924, the ...

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Scottish Central Railway
DRS 66433 enters Gleneagles with the daily Grangemouth - Aberdeen intermodal on 7th May 2019.
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Bill Roberton 07/05/2019
Locomotive Services Ltd 37521 and 37667 charge through Gleneagles on 27th September with a private charter from Perth to Darlington North Road, part ...
Bill Roberton 27/09/2020
The down Granite City arrives at Gleneagles on 30 April 1956. Locomotive in charge is BR Standard class 5 4-6-0 no 73120. ...
G H Robin collection by courtesy of the Mitchell Library, Glasgow 30/04/1956
A Glasgow to Aberdeen service passing at speed through Gleneagles. ...
Ewan Crawford 19/05/2018
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The Grand Entrance to Gleneagles Hotel seen in a 1980 view. ...
John Robin 08/03/1985
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