Note: text in square brackets is added for clarity and was not part of the location's name.Opened on the South Alloa Branch (Scottish Central Railway).
This was the terminus of the South Alloa Branch (Scottish Central Railway).
A ferry operated from the pier here to Alloa Harbour. The railway took control of this ferry after reaching South Alloa, this passing to the Caledonian Railway who later replaced it with the Alloa Railway.
This was a single platform station, platform to the west of a rounding loop. A cattle dock was to the south.
There were a number of sidings and piers here as South Alloa was a depot for timber used for pit props, largely imported.
The station closed with the opening of the Alloa Railway over Alloa Bridge giving the Caledonian Railway direct access to [Alloa]]. Closure to goods was in 1950.
Little remains of the station today.
Clackmannan and Kennet
Menstrie and Glenochil
| Alloa Glass Works|
Alloa Wet Dock
Kelliebank Glass Works
Forth Shipbuilding Yard
Alloa Goods [CR]
Kelliebank Bottling Stores
Alloa Shed [CR]
Alloa Goods [NBR]
Bass Crest Brewery
Bedford Place Tunnel
Eglinton Bottling Stores
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
|02/09/1850||South Alloa Branch (Scottish Central Railway)|
Alloa Junction to South Alloa opened to goods and minerals.
|01/07/1853||South Alloa Branch (Scottish Central Railway)|
Alloa Junction to South Alloa opened to passengers. Ferry used to cross the River Forth to Alloa.
|/ /1873||South Alloa Branch (Scottish Central Railway)|
Authorisation to build a dock at South Alloa granted. Although not built wharves handling timber import were built.
Scottish Central Railway (Oakwood Library of Railway History)