Evening Telegraph – Wednesday – 1 October 1884
Man killed on the Callander and Oban Railway
Donald McKenzie, a railway surfaceman, was killed on the Callander and Oban line near Dalmally on Saturday. McKenzie arrived at Dalmally on Saturday afternoon by the 3.10 pm train from Callander, holding a Saturday ticket from Luib. About 8.15 pm he was discovered lying on the line about 500 yards west of Dalmally Station having been run over either by the 6.30 from Oban or by the 4 o’clock goods from Callander, which crossed at Dalmally about 8.o’clock. McKenzie was still alive when discovered. He was removed to the station, and a doctor was immediately sent for, but he never rallied and died about 11.30 pm.