Opened on the Crieff and Methven Junction Railway.
This was a one platform station on the single track line. There was a timber station building on the platform, on the south side of the line.
The goods yard, with a loop, and three sidings ans signal box, was to the east of the station on the south side of the line.
To the west was a level crossing with a substantial crossing keeper's cottage.
The box was not a block post and closed in 1895, replaced with a ground frame. The station closed to passengers in 1951 and the line closed in 1967.
The site was cleared after closure and is now partly a sewage works. Despite house building, on a site formerly used to the south of the station, the station site remains largely clear.
The crossing cottage remain standing, in use as a private house.
Balgowan House was about half a mile to the north of the station.
Other railway and industry locations
River May Viaduct
Whitemoss Level Crossing
Almondbank Naval Stores
Muir O^Fauld Roman Signal Station
Ardunie Roman Signal Station
Fowlis Wester Sculptured Stone
St Serf^s Church and Duplin Stone
Old House of Invermay
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