This railway is closed. A short section of track remained at the north end of Perth (New) Yard.
|/ /1856||Perth, Almond Valley and Methven Railway|
Act receives Royal assent.
|01/01/1858||Perth, Almond Valley and Methven Railway|
Line opened, worked by the Scottish North Eastern Railway.
|/ /1864||Perth, Almond Valley and Methven RailwayScottish North Eastern Railway|
Perth, Almond Valley and Methven Railway leased by the Scottish North Eastern Railway.
|/ /1864|| Perth, Almond Valley and Methven Railway|
Authorisation to sell company to the Scottish North Eastern Railway.
|/ /1878||Perth, Almond Valley and Methven Railway|
Enlargement of Almondbank approved.
|27/09/1937||Perth, Almond Valley and Methven Railway|
Methven to Methven Junction closed to passengers.
|01/10/1951||Crieff and Methven Junction Railway
Perth, Almond Valley and Methven Railway|
Perth (Almond Valley Junction) (excluded) to Crieff [2nd] closed to passengers. Stations Methven Junction, Balgowan, Madderty, Abercairney, Innerpeffray closed.
|25/01/1965||Perth, Almond Valley and Methven Railway|
Methven (in the town) to Methven Junction closed to freight.
These locations are along the line.
This junction was in the north of Perth where the Perth, Almond Valley and Methven Railway met the older Scottish Midland Junction Railway. Trains from the branch could run south to Perth. The main line was double track, the branch single. The brick built signal box was on the east side of the line. The junction was a little complicated as there was a looped siding on the west side ...More details
This was a single platform station with a short platform, minimal Caledonian Railway style shelter and station house.
This was a single platform station on a single track railway with a goods yard at its west end. The station had a tall narrow two storey building, which remains today in use as a house. The platform extended from the goods yard east beyond the station building and bridge carrying the A85 overhead.
This was a station with a platform on the north side of the line. There was a station building at the east end next to a level crossing.
This was a single platform terminus with a basic brick building, large single ended one track engine shed and two storey granary.
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