Perth Station Hotel

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Perth Station Hotel (1890-)


Perth Station Hotel is on the east side of Perth station. The present building dates from the rebuilding of the station in 1890, just after the major reconstruction of Perth General in the mid 1880s. The original hotel dated from 1860s.

The building is in the Scottish Baronial style, built in red and yellow sandstone, and three storeys high with an attic. The main entrance faces south over the station car park. The southern aspect has two slightly differently styled spires. A corridor connected to the station (platform 3 the 'hotel platform'), so passengers (including Queen Victoria) did not have to brave the elements.

The hotel became a British Transport Hotel. It was sold by the BTH in 1982/3.

Perth Station Hotel




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