Brechin Railway Station

Brechin Railway Station is the western terminus of a heritage line, the Caledonian Railway, which represents a branch of the former Aberdeen Railway that still operates as far as Bridge of Dun Railway Station. Located on Park Road, to the east of the town centre, this Italianate building opened in 1848 and was expanded in 1895 to accommodate increased traffic from a new line built from Forfar. However it became a victim of railway rationalisation and closed to passenger traffic in 1952, to freight in 1981 but was reopened by the Brechin Railway Preservation Society in 1993. The station and former goods shed are now B-listed.

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