Newtonmore railway station
|Scottish Gaelic: Bail Ùr an t-Slèibh|
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|Number of platforms||1|
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|Annual rail passenger usage*|
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The station was opened by the Inverness and Perth Junction Railway on 9 September 1863. The original station buildings were constructed of wood and destroyed in a fire in April 1893 A replacement station building in stone was erected in 1893.
A serious accident occurred on 2 August 1894 when the morning passenger train from Perth to Inverness collided with a goods train. One passenger was killed and several were badly injured.
On 13 September 1900, James Ormiston, a brakesman was killed in a shunting accident at the station.
Current services 
The station is served by trains to Inverness and Glasgow or Edinburgh, a daily train service to London King's Cross and a nightly Caledonian Sleeper service to London Euston. The station has just one platform; since it was shortened the main building is now a holiday home and is now no longer part of the platform. Because the platform is short, express services overrun the platform commonly. The station was listed for closure[when?] but was saved because it provided crucial transport links to the Scottish and English capitals daily.
|Preceding station||National Rail||Following station|
|Blair Atholl||East Coast
East Coast Main Line
Sundays only, southbound only
Highland Main Line
Highland Caledonian Sleeper
Line and station open
|Inverness and Perth Junction Railway||Kingussie
Line and station open
- Aberdeen Journal. Wednesday 16 September 1863
- Glasgow Herald - Saturday 22 April 1893
- The Buildings of Scotland, Highland and Islands. John Gifford. Yale University Press. 1992. ISBN 0300096269
- Western Times, Friday 3 August 1894
- Dundee Courier - Friday 14 September 1900
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