Rail enthusiasts are being offered the chance to snap up a piece of steam train history.
The old Innerpeffray Station house, on a disused railway line near Crieff, has gone on the market nearly 70 years after closing its doors to the public.
The building has been revived as a three-bedroom family home, although part of the platform is offered as part of the sale.
Innerpeffray Station was opened in May 1866 as part of the busy Crieff to Methven rail link.
The line enjoyed a thriving tourism boom in the late 19th century when Strathearn became a significant visitor destination.
It was gradually scaled down over the decades and Innerpeffray closed its doors to passengers and goods traffic on October 1, 1951.
The converted station house is being sold through SPC Scotland, inviting offers of more than £380,000.
As well as the house, the sale also includes three acres of ground which covers part of the dismantled railway line.
The southern side of the platform was used for loading livestock onto trains, while the other end was for travellers who sheltered in the station’s separate male and female waiting rooms.
Caroline Young, from SPC Scotland said: “Innerpeffray Station House is a wonderful family home with a fascinating history, not just for rail enthusiasts, and with potential for additional development.
“Set between Crieff and Auchterarder, it is surrounded by beautiful countryside and with access to good schools and outdoor pursuits.”
Planning permission was granted for an extension to the property in 2010, however this consent has since lapsed.
The Crieff and Methven Junction Railway, which cost around £66,000 to build, was shut down after passenger numbers dropped considerably in the middle of the 20th century.
In its heyday, it had stops at Crieff, Madderty and Balgowan.
It shut to passengers in 1951, but closed completely in 1967.
The station house has an illustrated plaque to remind people of its history.
The property is set over two floors including a living room, three double bedrooms and a large sun rooms.