Caledonian MacBrayne operate ferries to locations in the Firth of Clyde and Inner and Outer Hebrides.
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Created when David MacBrayne and the Caledonian Steam Packet Company Ltd merged.
This line is divided into a number of portions.
This pier is open. It is a combined facility with Gourock station. Ferries operate from Gourock to Dunoon Pier and Kilcreggan Pier, and sometimes Helensburgh Pier. The pier is located on Kempock Point.
This is one of the pre-eminent ^must see^ stations in Scotland. In 1905 it replaced an original Wemyss Bay [1st] station of 1865 on a slightly different orientation (see that entry for the 1865-1905 details). It is a terminus and a combined station and pier with a very fine concourse (with semi-circular ticket office supporting the glass roof), canopied platforms, main station building with a ...More details
Mallaig Pier is the port for Armadale Pier on Skye, Lochboisdale Pier on South Uist, Inverie Pier in Knoydart and the Small Isles; Eigg Pier, Muck Pier, Rum Pier and Canna Harbour. It is located on the Sound of Sleat.
This pier is located in the south of Oban Bay, a large natural anchorage protected from the west by the island of Kerrera. It was opened in 1880 along with Oban station by the Callander and Oban Railway. With the opening of the extension from Dalmally and the pier the railway was able to connect with ferry services to the West Coast of Scotland and the fishing fleet. The opening ...More details