This former two platform station survives as a house, the platforms being the garden. The station building is almost unaltered from the railway period, with some additions. The platforms survive. It is the most intact station surviving on the former line. A number of railway cottages also remain nearby making this an unusually well preserved location.
Both lines had curved to form the loop, neither the southbound nor the northbound being the faster line. There was a goods yard on the east south/east side approached from the north/east. There was a siding opposite, approached from the northbound platform. The box was at the east end of the southbound platform.
The loop was taken out in 1927 and box closed, the line by the former southbound platform, and next to the main building, being retained.
Goods sidings remains accessible using a ground frame. The line closed in 1966.
The station is south west from Duror itself.
Fort William [1st]
Loch Eil Outward Bound
| Auchindarroch Siding|
Lag-na-Ha Quarry Siding
Ardsheal Quarry Siding
Beinn a'Bheithir - Sgorr Dhonuill
Ballachulish St John's Church
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
|24/08/1903||Ballachulish Branch (Callander and Oban Railway)|
Line opened to passengers and goods. Stations opened at Benderloch, Creagan, Appin, Duror, Kentallen, Ballachulish Ferry, Ballachulish. For the opening Connel Ferry and Oban stations were rebuilt. Two large bridges were required Connel Ferry Bridge and Creagan Viaduct.
|/ /1927||Ballachulish Branch (Callander and Oban Railway)|
Duror loop taken out. Creagan signal box closed, loop accessed via ground frames.
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