This was a single platform station. It was located at a level crossing with the B9175, the road to the Nigg Ferry for Cromarty.
The platform was on the south / east side of the line. The station building still stands, in use as a house. There was a signal box next to the level crossing on the station platform.
There was a goods yard at the south end, east side of the line, approached from the south.
The station closed to passengers in 1960. The sidings were taken out in 1962.
Nigg House is about four miles to the south.
The ferry is about five miles to the south of the former station. <
| Balnagown Bridge|
Nigg Oil Terminal
Nigg Fabrication Yard
Red Burn Bridge
Hilton of Cadboll Chapel
Hugh Miller's Birthplace
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
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