Opened on the Perth, Almond Valley and Methven Railway.
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.
To the east was a short branch which served the Almondbank Naval Stores. This branch was approached from the west.
The goods yard was approached from the west and had a loading bank and goods shed at the west end of the passenger platform.
The station building still stands, a fine house.
Almondbank itself is to the north, stretched out along Main Street. It has expanded in recent years.
Perth Glasgow Road
Perth Glasgow Road [Temporary]
Perth Princes Street
Other railway and industry locations
Almondbank Naval Stores
Almond Valley Junction
Perth New Yard
Muirton Cold Store
Dovecotland Oil Siding
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