[Source: Jim McBride & Paul Wright]

In this view looking east in 2020 the former station house at Carrigans can be seen. When constructed the building had housed the station passenger facilities and it only took on the role of Station Master's house when the GNRI built a raised platform and provided a larger building. The course of the railway had run to the right of the property.

Another view of the Carrigans 'Station House' seen in 2020.

The brick base of the Carrigans signal cabin seen on 30 August 2020. The grey fence is located on the track bed.
Photo by Jim McBride

Carrigans 'Station House' seen fron the trackbed of the railway on 30 August 2020.
Photo by Jim McBride

Looking west at the 1932 station building at Carrigans on 30 August 2020. The building, in a heavily modified form, is directly ahead. The railway ran to its left.
Photo by Jim McBride

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