Tillicoultry railway station

Tillicoultry railway station served the town of Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, Scotland from 1851 to 1964 on the Devon Valley Railway and the Stirling and Dunfermline Railway.

LocationTillicoultry, Clackmannanshire
Coordinates56°09′01″N 3°44′24″W / 56.1503°N 3.74°W / 56.1503; -3.74Coordinates: 56°09′01″N 3°44′24″W / 56.1503°N 3.74°W / 56.1503; -3.74
Grid referenceNS920966
2 (later added)
Other information
Original companyDevon Valley Railway
Pre-groupingNorth British Railway
British Railways (Scottish Region)
Key dates
22 December 1851 (1851-12-22)Opened
15 June 1964 (1964-06-15)Closed


The station opened on 22 December 1851 by the Devon Valley Railway. To the south west were coal pits, being served by Alloa Waggonway. To the south was the signal box. To the north was a goods station, which had a turntable, a loading bank and a shed. The station was originally a terminus until the stations to the east opened. Another platform was added in 1904 as well as a new signal box to the north, replacing the original one. The station closed to both passengers and goods traffic on 15 June 1964.[1] The signal box closed in 1967.[2][3]


  1. ^ M E Quick, Railway Passenger Stations in England Scotland and Wales—A Chronology, The Railway and Canal Historical Society, 2002, p. 397
  2. ^ "RAILSCOT - Tillicoultry". Railscot. Retrieved 29 October 2019.
  3. ^ Historic Environment Scotland. "Tillicoultry Railway Station (111917)". Canmore. Retrieved 29 October 2019.

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