Stirling city railway station,platforms,train,Stirlingshire,Scotland,UK,FK8 panorama
Contributor:Tony Smith / Alamy Stock Photo
File size:74.6 MB (3 MB Compressed download)
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Dimensions:9489 x 2749 px | 80.3 x 23.3 cm | 31.6 x 9.2 inches | 300dpi
Date taken:21 October 2019
Location:Goosecroft Road Stirling Stirlingshire,Scotland,UK, FK8 1PF
Stirling railway station is a railway station located in Stirling, Scotland. It is located on the former Caledonian Railway main line between Glasgow and Perth. It is the junction for the branch line to Alloa and Dunfermline via Kincardine and is also served by trains on the Edinburgh to Dunblane Line and long-distance services to Dundee and Aberdeen and to Inverness via the Highland Main Line. The station building was constructed in 1915 by James Miller, and is listed by Historic Environment Scotland as a Category A listed building. His design continues the circular spaces and flowing curves of his celebrated Wemyss Bay station. The station houses a Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT) from the British Transport Police. Currently two officers work from Stirling and cover Stirling, Alloa, Bridge of Allan, Camelon, Dunblane, Falkirk High, Falkirk Grahamston and Larbert. The Stirling Area Command of the Forth Valley Division of Police Scotland cover the territorial area the Stirling NPT cover and will assist when the BTP officers are not available.