Opened on the Crieff and Methven Junction Railway.
This was a single platform station with the platform on the north side of a goods loop. There were goods sidings on the south side, approached from the east.
A signal box was added in 1892. It closed as a signal box in 1917 and became a ground frame until 1949. The station closed to passengers in 1951 and the line closed in 1967.
The main station building still stands, in use as a house, now known as 'Peveryl House'. The abutments of a bridge over a road to the east still stand.
Innerpeffray Chapel is to the south.
Other railway and industry locations
Earn Viaduct [Strageath]
Crieff Timber Yard
Crieff Shed [2nd]
Crieff Shed [1st]
Crieff West Signalbox
Muthill Old Church and Tower
Fowlis Wester Sculptured Stone
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
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