The station is on the west side of Station Road, just before (north of) the vehicle turning circle at the end of this road. A path continues (south) down a steep slope to the river from which you can turn left (east) towards the town. There are also turnings into the town to the north of the station, details of which lie beyond the scope of this survey.
Armoury Road (north/south) terminates in a small car park to the west of the tracks. Note that this includes two disable persons bays, the remainder is allocated to staff.
There are three entrances/exits to this station:
You go up a short ramp, going south, through a push door into the draught lobby then turn right (west). Go through another push door, going west into the ticket office. Continue west, through another push door, onto platform 1, southbound.
There's a gap between the north end of the station building and the fence along the west side of the car park. You can go (west) directly onto platform 1, southbound.
A path leads south from the small car park, up a slight slope, onto the north end of platform 2, northbound.
We found no pedestrian controlled crossings within the scope of this survey, however, Station Road seemd relatively quiet at the time of our survey and we noted no traffic on Armoury Road at this time.
We found no bus stops within the scope of this survey.
There's a pavement on the east side, whilst the west side serves as the station car park with a mesh fence along the west side. The pavement on the west side begins just north of the station building.
We noted a taxi office, also signed Elizabeth Ewell Buses Pitlochry, on the west side before (north of) the station car park.
vehicle pick-up/drop-off point|
entrance/exit to platform 1, southbound
bilboards, including local map
wall juts out
ramp up south to ticket office
rail beside ramp
wall retreats behind top of ramp
building finishes, windows in south side
fence beside platform, grass area to left
You can follow the path, which goes down a steep slope, there’s a rail on the east side. to a river bridge. From here you can turn left (east) towards the town, beyond the scope of this survey.
© 2012, Terry Robinson
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