Cromarty and Dingwall Light Railway

Introduction

This light railway was partly built but never opened. The route was to have run from Conon to Cromarty.




Dates

01/08/1902Cromarty and Dingwall Light Railway
Line authorised.
  /  /1914Cromarty and Dingwall Light Railway
Six miles of track laid from Cromarty towards Conon.
13/07/1914Cromarty and Dingwall Light Railway
First sod cut.
  /  /1920Cromarty and Dingwall Light Railway
Track uplifted for war effort and construction abandoned.

Portions of line and locations

This line is divided into a number of portions.


Conon Bridge to Cromarty

This is a single platform station in the south of the village of Conon Bridge. It has a short platform and a small car park.
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See also
Inverness and Ross-shire Railway
158722 arrives at Conon Bridge with the 16:19 to Inverness (12.36 ex-Wick) on 18 February 2013. View north showing the station entrance, bicycle ...
John Gray 18/02/2013
The now completed station at Conon Bridge, photographed from the station entrance on 18 February 2013. ...
John Gray 18/02/2013
Closed 13 June 1960, reopened 8 February 2013. ...
John Yellowlees 08/02/2013
158715 runs into Conon Bridge on 23 June with the return Sunday afternoon 16.20 Invergordon to Inverness service. ...
David Pesterfield 23/06/2013
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This station was never built and not opened. It was intended to have a platform, waiting room, siding with a loading bank and house.
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This station was never built and not opened. It was intended to have a platform, waiting room, siding with a loading bank and house.
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This station was never completed and not opened. It was intended to have a platform, waiting room, siding with a loading bank and house.
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View along a cutting at Cullicudden on the Black Isle, just east of the proposed station at Drumcudden, on the Cromarty and Dingwall Light Railway. ...
Colin Miller //1972
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This station was never completed and not opened. It was intended to have a platform, waiting room, siding with a loading bank and house.
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This terminus station was partly built but never opened. The railway was to have been a light railway, built to low cost standards. The railway ran from a station in the south west of Cromarty by the United Free Church westwards. A line ran north from the station to Cromarty harbour. Cromarty was to have been the only station on the line with a loop.
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Cromarty Harbour

This terminus station was partly built but never opened. The railway was to have been a light railway, built to low cost standards. The railway ran from a station in the south west of Cromarty by the United Free Church westwards. A line ran north from the station to Cromarty harbour. Cromarty was to have been the only station on the line with a loop.
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