Galloway was a small country station in the midst of the Galloway flats. There seems to have been limited facilities provided at the station which had just a lean-to building provided with a goods section and a ladies waiting room (as it was originally titled). However it was sited on a platform, as we know many stations did not have platforms at all. In addition there was a loading bank and stockyards but there does not seem to have been a separate goods shed as far as I can discover. Only the station platform and building are shown as I have no information about the other facilities, the aerial photo I have is too poor a quality to really see anything at Galloway.
Galloway closed in 1978 and Keith Clare purchased the station building that same year. Only the ladies waiting room part was able to be saved and it was relocated to the Clares' nearby farm. In 2003 after the rail trail opened the building was sold back to the rail trail trust and moved onto a site just behind where it used to reside. The actual part of the building that is seen there today is less than half of the original building length, the map shows the discrepancy in size between the original and present buildings.