31 August 2019 (9.30 am to 4.30 pm)
The Category A listed station was built to facilitate interchange between trains and steamers, through a spectacular glazed concourse and enclosed pier. It remains one of Scotland’s most remarkable stations and was recently judged by architectural critic Sir Simon Jenkins as one of the top ten stations in the UK. The station and pier have returned to their original Caledonian Railway colour scheme.
The gallery and bookshop, as well as a display on the concourse, provide extensive information about the life and times of this remarkable station.
Tours are available at 2pm, 3pm and 4pm
Architect: James Miller
Building Date: 1903