This was a single platform station on the single track line. There was a goods siding to the south of the platform, served from the west. There was a signal box on the north side of the line alongside the level crossing at the east end.
The station cottage survives and some portions of railway fencing but largely the station has disappeared, partly redeveloped for housing.
The station was originally named for a parish and big house some way to the north which was somewhat distant. The station was renamed for a nearer estate, north of the station.
| Gallangad Siding|
Levenbank Print Works
Milton Works (Dyeing)
Jamestown Viaduct [Balloch]
Milton Works (Dyeing) [Riverside]
Forth and Clyde Junction [Balloch]
Alexandria Works (Printing and dyeing)
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
|/01/1877||Forth and Clyde Junction Railway|
Kilmaronock renamed Caldarvan.
|01/10/1934||Forth and Clyde Junction Railway|
Closed to passengers from Balloch (Forth and Clyde Junction [Balloch]) to Gartness Junction and from Buchlyvie Junction to Stirling. The Gartness Junction to Buchlyvie Junction section was used by trains to Aberfoyle and Balfron and Buchlyvie stations remained open. Jamestown, Caldarvan, Drymen, Gartness, Port of Menteith, Kippen and Gargunnock closed to passengers.
The Vanished Railways of Old Western Dunbartonshire (Britains Railways/Old Photos)