Coupar Angus (1837-1967)
Opened on the Scottish Midland Junction Railway.
Opened on the Newtyle and Coupar Angus Railway.
Opened on the Blairgowrie Branch (Scottish Midland Junction Railway).
This was a three platform station. With an island platform on the west side - the outer face being for the Blairgowrie branch and down platform (with canopied building) and down platform (timber building) on the east side. Both sides of the station had goods loops. Access to the platforms was by a large footbridge over the goods loops on the west and east sides of the station.
The goods yard was on the west side of the station and access from the north. This was grouped into two sets of sidings - a northern set with goods shed and southern with loading banks and crane.
The station was large enough to warrant two signal boxes - north and south. To the south of the station the mainline and Blairgowrie branch lines ran parallel to the point of separation, south of a level crossing.
The south box survived passenger closure as it controlled the level crossing. It even remained in place following line closure for a few years. The goods yard also survived passenger closure, handling agricultural lime.
Stormont Loch Halt
Washington [N and CAR]
Alyth Junction [Branch platform]
Alyth Junction [Bay platform]
Other railway and industry locations
Hatton Engine House
Ardler West Level Crossing
Meigle Sculptured Stone Museum
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
|04/09/1967||Scottish Midland Junction Railway|
Arbroath and Forfar Railway
Newtyle and Coupar Angus Railway
Newtyle, Eassie and Glammiss Railway
Stanley Junction to Kinnaber Junction closed to passengers. Coupar Angus, Alyth Junction, Forfar and Bridge of Dun stations closed.
A Regional History of the Railways of Great Britain: The North of Scotland v. 15 (Regional railway history series)
An Illustrated History of Tayside's Railways
Tayside's Last Days of Steam
|The Railways of Strathmore (Perth, Forfar and Brechin)|