St Fillans Station, about 1901. Perthshire, Scotland. The Caledonian Railway opened its station at St Fillans, a small village in the southern Highlands, on 1 October 1901. Located on the Comrie, St Fillans & Lochhearnhead branch line it connected the village, near Loch Earn, with Perth, Glasgow and Edinburgh. The station was closed fifty years to the day since it had opened. Photograph and text courtesy of the National Railway Museum. [Click on image to enlarge it.]
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Last modified 14 October 2016