Visit our unique bookshop at Pitlochry Station
Our customers donate their unwanted books and we sell them on, usually for £1 per volume. Our unique arrangements with ScotRail mean that every penny from our book sales goes straight to our six charities.
for our charities since 2006:
Some recent comments from our visitors
"I found my Beano Books here!"
man from Alberta, Canada
"I loved the bonus - a free bookmark."
Jimmy S., Dundee
"A treasure trove packed with a wonderful range of books"
Michael G., Edinburgh
Our new storeroom comes closer thanks to our great supporters
We have been needing more space for some time and ScotRail has come to our rescue again by giving us the use of the station's old salt store. However, the store is in very poor condition and needs expensive renovations before it can be occupied. The cost of improvement is reckoned at £30,000.
Since our fund-raising campaign started we have received grants from varous bodies as well as donations from many private individuals. Soon we will be able to start renovating our new store. Watch this space.
Bookshop Founder Obituary
Priscilla Lorimer, founder of Pitlochry Station Bookshop, died on 17th November 2017, aged 91. Our photograph shows her on the right with Bobbie McGraw current Bookshop manager.
Click here to read Priscilla's obituary from The Scotsman newspaper.
About Our Bookshop
The bookshop is open Monday to Saturday from 9.00am to 4.30pm on Platform 1 at Pitlochry railway station.
People donate all kinds of books and we sell them on at low prices.
Most books sell at £1 each.
All the money raised is donated to our six charities.
Tea, coffee or hot chocolate is on sale at £1.50 per cup.
The shop is run entirely by volunteers. No one is paid.
ScotRail generously gives our premises free.
Our only expenses are electricity and insurance so our charities benefit from each book we sell.
Book donations are always needed.
Our customers come from all over Britain and from all over the World.
How to Find Us
Post Code for SATNAVs: PH16 5AN
Read Our Story
The story of how a box of second-hand books quickly grew into an award-winning charity bookshop in a railway station, makes a fascinating read.
Click here for the complete version.
Many of our visitors have posted their Bookshop experiences on TripAdvisor. You could do the same.
Click on the TripAdvisor logo (left) to read their reviews.