Callander and Oban Junction

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Callander and Oban Junction (1870-1938)

Opened on the Dunblane, Doune and Callander Railway.

Opened on the Callander and Oban Railway.



This was the junction between the Dunblane, Doune and Callander Railway and the Callander and Oban Railway which extended it to Oban. Callander [1st] was left on a short branch being replaced by Callander (Dreadnought) further west. The signal box was to the north of the junction.


In 1902 the line west to Callander (Dreadnought) was doubled. The signal box was replaced.

Two single lines

The signal box here closed in 1932/8 after which the northern of the two line was the approach to Callander (Dreadnought) from the east and the southern track became access, via a reversal, to Callander [1st] (now a goods yard) and Callander Shed.


Closure came with the closure of the Callander and Oban Railway between Crianlarich Lower (excluded) and Dunblane (excluded).


The location is now within a housing estate and the location of the junction is difficult to discern.