A manned station on the Gladstone-Wilmington Line until 1983 when all the station staff on the line were withdrawn. It was a standing joke in the SAR that a station named "Stone Hut" would have a station building made entirely of sheets of corrigated iron. A track repair gang was based at Stone Hut for many years.
Station and goods siding loops.
The Gladstone-Wilmington Line is unsignalled. Train Order working is in operation on the line.
There were no passenger services after 1969. The line was closed in 1990 and the track has since been removed. Now only the original station masters cottage survives and a series of interpretive signs placed around the former yard are the only visible evidence of the railway.