After a grand reopening in 2008, Alloa Railway Station connects the town of Alloa in Clackmannanshire with regular hourly service to Glasgow, Edinburgh, and Stirling. The original Alloa station was first opened by Stirling and Dunfermline Railway in 1850, although passengers for Stirling at the time had to complete the journey across the River Forth by ferry. Closed by the British Railways Board in 1968, the station languished for forty years until its reopening to both passenger and freight service in 2008.
Today Alloa station features waiting rooms, step free access, and staffed help points. Tickets are available through accessible ticket machines. A carpark is located nearby, and parking is free for disabled passengers. As Alloa is the terminus on Abellio's Croy Line, trains from Alloa to all locations depart from one platform. Services to Stirling and Glasgow depart hourly seven days a week, with an additional commuter train to Edinburgh during peak hours six days a week.
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