A miserable day at Killin Junction at Easter time in 1966 demonstrates the limitations of a Kodak Brownie 127 camera! The photographer's family had walked up the moor from their hired car parked beside the A85 (there was never any road access to the station), and found a scene reminiscent of the Marie Celeste - with the station log book lying open and the last train entry shown from six months earlier.
Location: Killin Junction
Company: Callander and Oban Railway
Photographer: David Spaven
Contact photographer: David Spaven
Image number: 35438