This is a single platform station originally built as a private station serving Duncraig Castle in 1897. It became public in 1949.
It's a request halt, passengers must indicate to the driver they wish the train to stop and those on board a train must inform the guard to halt the train.
The platform is on the landward (south) side of the single track line. There is a fine timber waiting shelter, octagonal, 'B' listed.
The station was officially closed from 1964 to 1976 however as trains continued to call the official closure was reversed.
The station doubled 'Lochdubh' in the television series Hamish MacBeth.
Kyle of Lochalsh
| Duirinish Wartime Sidings|
Birch Rock Buoy
Bonadu Sgeir Beacon
Hawk Rock Buoy
Cat Islands Lighthouse
Sgeir Golach Beacon
Stromeferry Station Hotel
South Strome Pier
North Strome Pier
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
|23/05/1949||Kyle of Lochalsh Extension (Highland Railway)|
Duncraig Halt opened to public.
|07/09/1964||Kyle of Lochalsh Extension (Highland Railway)|
Duncraig closed to passengers .
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