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Lower Crianlarich

(1967-Present)



Summary

Upon closure of the line between Crianlarich and Callander, a short spur was left to serve the sidings at the former Crianlarich Lower station, used for loading timber. A run-round loop was laid in on the site of the former Up loop, with hand points at each end. In 1989, Lower Crianlarich became an RETB token exchange point in connection with the introduction of Class 156 Sprinter units.


26 February 1967

Crianlarich East and West signal boxes closed. 2-lever ground frame and intermediate key token instrument provided.

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12 October 1969

Tyndrum Lower signal box closed. Crianlarich Up Branch distant signal repositioned.

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Lower Crianlarich (1969)
Lower Crianlarich (1969)

April 1985

Semaphore distant signal replaced by reflectorised distant board and AWS provided.

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1 December 1985

Stop board installed at exit from timber sidings.

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Lower Crianlarich (1985)
Lower Crianlarich (1985)

27 March 1988

RETB commissioned between Crianlarich and Taynuilt. 2-lever ground frame replaced by 3-lever ground frame.

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Lower Crianlarich (1988)
Lower Crianlarich (1988)

15 January 1989

Lower Crianlarich becomes an RETB token exchange point, in the Up direction only.

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Lower Crianlarich (1989)
Lower Crianlarich (1989)

22 January 1989

"Lower Crianlarich - Crianlarich Occupied" tokens available for use in connection with the introduction of Class 156 diesel multiple units.

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3 December 1993

Buffer stop erected on yard line in connection with the closure of Crianlarich Lower yard.

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Lower Crianlarich (1993)
Lower Crianlarich (1993)

7 March 1999

Reflectorised distant board and associated AWS repositioned.

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16 November 2003

TPWS commissioned.

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Lower Crianlarich (2003)
Lower Crianlarich (2003)