Location type


Name and dates

Dunning (1848-1956)

Station code: National Rail
Opened on the Scottish Central Railway.


This was a two platform station. It was somewhat distant from the town of Dunning, more than a mile and a half distant.

There was a the main station building, a single storey, was on the southbound platform and a waiting room on the northbound.

The goods yard was south of the station, on the east side, approached from the south.

The original signal box was at the west end of the northbound platform. It was replaced with a modern 1951 signal box which survived into the 1990s.



Chronology Dates

22/05/1848Scottish Central Railway
Opened from Stirling to Perth. Stations at: Bridge of Allan [1st], Dunblane, Kinbuck, Greenloaning, Auchterarder, Dunning, Forteviot, Forgandenny, Perth General.

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