Old Photograph Railway Station Maybole Scotland

Old photograph of the railway station in Maybole in South Ayrshire, Scotland. The station was opened on 24 May 1860, originally as part of the Maybole and Girvan Railway, later owned by the Glasgow and South Western Railway. There is a two hourly service in each direction, with some extras, to Ayr and Girvan, with some of the latter continuing to Stranraer. From Ayr certain services continue to Glasgow, either via Paisley Gilmour Street or Kilmarnock.

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Old Photographs Railway Station Fort William Scotland

Old photograph of the railway station in Fort William, Scotland.


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Old Photograph Railway Station Dalnaspidal Scotland

Old photograph of the railway station in Dalnaspidal in the Highlands of Scotland. This intermediate station on the Perth, Perthshire to Inverness main line of the Highland Railway was opened in 1865, grouped into the London, Midland and Scottish Railway in 1923, and closed to regular passenger traffic on 3 May 1965.

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Old Photograph Railway Station Aviemore Scotland

Old photograph of the railway station in Aviemore, South of Inverness, Scotland. The station is located on the Highland Main Line between Perth, Perthshire, and Inverness, Highlands. The line was opened by the Inverness and Perth Junction Railway in 1863, subsequently becoming part of the Highland Railway. The current station was opened in 1898, to designs by the architect William Roberts. when the direct line to Inverness via Slochd was built, making Aviemore an important junction and replacing the original 1863 building. William Roberts also provided an engine shed to the north of the station in 1896.

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Old Photograph Railway Station Fochabers Scotland

Old photograph of the railway station in Fochabers located ten miles East of Elgin, Moray, Scotland. This station was opened on 23 October 1893 and was the terminal station of the Highland Railway. branch line from Orbliston to Fochabers. It was renamed Fochabers Town Station on 1 July 1894, and was closed to regular passenger traffic by the London, Midland and Scottish Railway on 14 September 1931.

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Old Photograph Railway Station Achnashellach Scotland

Old photograph of the railway station in Achnashellach in Wester Ross, Scotland. The railway station here is on the Kyle of Lochalsh Line. It is located between Strathcarron and Glen Carron. The line was opened on 5 August 1870. The station was opened by the Dingwall and Isle Of Skye Railway, but operated from the outset by the Highland Railway. Taken into the London, Midland and Scottish Railway during the Grouping of 1923, the line then passed on to the Scottish Region of British Railways on nationalisation in 1948.

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Old Photograph Railway Station Muir Of Ord Scotland

Old photograph of the railway station in Muir of Ord located eight miles South of Dingwall, Scotland. Muir of Ord railway station is a railway station on the Kyle of Lochalsh Line and the Far North Line. It is the location of the sole remaining crossing loop on the single line between Dingwall and Inverness, Highlands. It was once the junction of a branch railway to Fortrose. The station building and platform canopy were erected in 1894. Passenger services on the branch ceased on 1 October 1951, but the branch remained open for freight until 13 June 1960.

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Old Photograph The Mound Railway Station Scotland

Old photograph of The Mound Railway Station near the head of Loch Fleet, a sea loch on the east coast of Scotland, located between Golspie and Dornoch, Scotland. For more than half of its life it was the junction for Dornoch. The Sutherland Railway opened between Bonar Bridge and Golspie on 13 April 1868. Among the intermediate stations was one at The Mound, which opened with the line. The station took its name from the nearby road embankment engineered in 1817 by Thomas Telford across the head of Loch Fleet, which is now on the route of the A9 road. On 2 June 1902, the Dornoch Light Railway was opened,] which connected to the main line at a junction situated just to the West of The Mound station. The Dornoch branch line closed on 13 June 1960, and The Mound station closed the same day. The line remains open, and the nearest station is now Golspie.

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