Location type


Name and dates

Strathyre (1870-1965)

Opened on the Callander and Oban Railway.


This was a two platform station with a loop. It was originally a single platform station, possibly doubled not long after opening. The station was noted for the ornate stork fountain of Cruachan granite, the choice of the stationmaster as a reward for many years of service. After station closure this was moved to the garden of a house in the village.

There was a goods yard at the south end of the station, on the east side of the line accessed from the south.

A signal box opened with the station, replaced with a proper box in 1890. The box was on the southbound platform.

The original station building burned down in 1893 and was never replaced with a substantial structure, a new building finally being erected in 1897. Both platforms had small timber buildings.

The station closed in 1965 with the Glen Ogle Rockfall.

The platforms, particularly the northbound one, survived for many years. Little now remains of the station, except the relocated kissing gate at the former entrance. Much of the site is now housing.

The fountain was removed from the southbound platform on closure and is now in a nearby garden.



Station footpath

External links

Canmore site record
NLS Collection OS map of 1892-1914
NLS Collection OS map of 1944-67