About Stirling Railway Station
Stirling Railway Station is the central train station serving the city of Stirling, Scotland. It was built in 1848, connecting Sterling to the rest of the Scottish Central Railway. Redevelopments and additions over the years introduced new platforms, and made Sterling an important junction for lines running across Scotland and northern England.
Stirling is one of Scotland’s ancient cities, set in a tactical position at the crest of a huge, wooded crag. The Old Town is a rare and beautiful expanse of impressive historical buildings and winding streets, leading up to the walls of its mighty castle. Visitors and indulge in a unique shopping spree in the city’s Victorian Arcade, walk through the tranquil woods and meadows of King’s Park, or soak in the breath-taking views and history of the National Wallace Monument. Whatever you experience in Stirling, you won’t forget it in a hurry!
Whet your palate at the Deanston Distillery and Visitor Centre
A short drive outside of Stirling, nestled in the wild countryside of central Scotland, the Deanston Distillery and Visitor Centre is a historic and cultural staple, set on the banks of the river Teith, at the mouth of the famous Loch Lomond. Visitors can immerse themselves in the sights, sounds, and of course, tastes, of a working whisky distillery, which has kept faithful to the traditional, handed-down techniques that put Scottish whisky on the map.
Planning a trip to Stirling Railway Station? Travelodge Stirling Hotel is just down the road, and Travelodge Stirling M80 Hotel can be reached in quarter of an hour.