This line is open. Built as a local line serving Dunkeld from the south it later became part of the main line between Perth and Inverness via Forres, the Inverness and Perth Junction Railway later one of the main constituents of the Highland Railway.
Today it is part of the main line between Perth and Inverness via Carrbridge carrying local and long distance trains as well as a sleeper service.
Passenger services are provided by ScotRail from Dunkeld to Inverness, Perth, Glasgow and Edinburgh.
|10/07/1854||Perth and Dunkeld Railway|
Act receives Royal assent for a railway from Stanley (on the Scottish Midland Junction Railway) to Dunkeld.
|07/04/1856||Perth and Dunkeld Railway|
Perth and Dunkeld Railway opened. Operated by the Scottish Midland Junction Railway. Stations opened at Murthly (possibly, may be late 1856) and Birnam and Dunkeld.
|/ /1859||Perth and Dunkeld Railway|
Rohallion halt opened.
|/02/1860||Perth and Dunkeld Railway|
Rohallion first advertised.
|/ /1861||Inverness and Perth Junction Railway|
Agreement for access to Perth General. (Reaffirming and adjustment of the Perth and Dunkeld Railway agreement.)
|/ /1863||Perth and Dunkeld RailwayInverness and Perth Junction Railway|
Perth and Dunkeld Railway absorbed by Inverness and Perth Junction Railway (Also given as 1864, 28 February).
|01/06/1863||Perth and Dunkeld Railway|
Dunkeld station becomes a through station on the opening of the Inverness and Perth Junction Railway which extends the line north.
|28/02/1864||Perth and Dunkeld RailwayInverness and Perth Junction Railway|
Perth and Dunkeld Railway absorbed by Inverness and Perth Junction Railway (Also given as 1863).
|/10/1864||Perth and Dunkeld Railway|
|03/05/1965||Perth and Dunkeld Railway|
|/ /1984||Perth and Dunkeld Railway|
Murthly loop closed.
It is a single track line with a passing loop at Dunkeld which is the only remaining open station.
The line largely runs north west distantly following the route of the River Tay from Stanley Junction where it began from the Scottish Midland Junction, part of the main line to Aberdeen via Forfar [2nd] later owned by the Caledonian Railway. At Dunkeld the line is on the south bank of the Tay, on the opposite bank to Dunkeld itself.
These locations are along the line.