Location type


Name and dates

Inveruglas (1945-1950)

Opened on the West Highland Railway.


This was a one platform workman^s halt. There was a passing loop, three sidings and a loading bank. This halt was built for halt for the Loch Sloy Hydroscheme (construction of Inveruglas Power Station and Loch Sloy Dam).

The signal box here opened in 1946 and closed in 1956. This box was on the east side of the line and had a flat roof.

Just to the north of the halt the line passes over the pipes and maintenance inclined railway for Inveruglas Power Station.


Halt station

External links

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

Nearby stations
Arrochar and Tarbet
Glen Douglas Halt
Glen Falloch Platform
Crianlarich Lower
Faslane Port
Tyndrum Lower
Tyndrum [1st]
Upper Tyndrum
Inveruglas Viaduct
Inveruglas Power Station
Craigenarden Viaduct
Creagan Ardain Tunnel
Inveruglas Castle
Rob Roy^s Cave
Inversnaid Pier
Inversnaid Hotel
Loch Lomond
Inversnaid Garrison
Loch Sloy Dam
Island I Vow Castle
Ben Vorlich
Ben Vane
Ben Vorlich North Peak
Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.


26/08/1945West Highland Railway
Faslane Platform opened, for moving prisoners of war to the halts at Inveruglas and Glen Falloch Platform in connection with the building of the Loch Sloy Hydro Electric scheme.
29/10/1945West Highland Railway
Inveruglas, signal box and loop opened.


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