Dalmally railway station

Dalmally railway stationDalmallyArgyll and ButePA33 1AYScotland, UK

Tel: 0845 601 5929

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Dalmally railway station
Dalmally railway station is a railway station serving the village of Dalmally, near Loch Awe in Scotland. This station is on the Oban branch of the West Highland Line, originally part of the Callander and Oban Railway.

This station opened on 1 April 1877. For a while, it was the western extremity of the Callander and Oban Railway, until the line finally reached its ultimate destination, Oban, on 1 July 1880.[1]
The station was laid out with two platforms, one on either side of a passing loop. It once boasted a small engine shed and a turntable on the south side.

Connection time
5 minutes (minimum)

Cycle storage
There is a cycle rack at this station

Station Car Park - 6 spaces
Monday-Friday 24 hours
Saturday 24 hours
Sunday 24 hours

Taxi rank- No
Bus services - No

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