Perth is a quite fascinating station, once a place where many trains were re-marshaled, split, combined, and a lot of locomotive workings not to mention a massive goods yard to the of the station. Although it once had many other routes serving the station, it hasn't really been rationalised that much compared to other much larger places. Many Loops and sidings have been removed, but overall it still boasts 8 platforms, 7 in use, and platform legnths that could probably take a eurostar(i can dream). As good as it is having so many platforms, it is frustrating from a customers point of view to walk long distances eg. platform 2 to 7 when changing from an Glasgow-Aberdeen to a Edinburgh-Inverness service, especially for Elderly or families with lots of luggage. Why is platform 3 rarely used? Surely signaling changes or re-designed track layouts could save a lot of the transferring over bridges. What about making platform 2 bi-directional? There is many building, most of which are still used, some looking quite tired, Is it right to keep the station as it is with the old Highland Railway Architechture, or should this make way for more efficient use of space, or to provide better facilities to travelers. What changes to Perth would you make, Track, Signalling, Platforms, Buildings etc...?