This line is open. Passenger services are provided by ScotRail from Inverness to Wick, Thurso, Aberdeen, Glasgow and Edinburgh Waverley.
The line is supported and promoted by the Friends of the Far North Line .
These locations are along the line.
This is a single platform station which retains its station building, now a house after spending several years derelict and at risk. There was a passing loop here but the northbound platform and line have been removed. The platforms were slightly staggered. Adjacent, and to the south, of the station was Golspie Shed. A goods yard was to the east of the station. A skew arch viaduct crossed the ...More details
This is a single platform station close to Dunrobin Castle. It is noted for its station building (really a private waiting room). The station was briefly the southern station of the Duke of Sutherland's Private Railway to Helmsdale. Following incorporation of that line into the Highland Railway this became a private station until closure in 1965. The station building is the second, the earlier ...More details
This is a two platform station on the Far North line with a passing loop. The station building stands on the northbound platform. The building dates from 1895 and was designed by William Roberts.
This was a single platform station on the Far North line. The station building, partly timber, still stands and is now a private house. ...More details
This was the very short lived terminus of the line before extension to Helmsdale station. There are no known remains. ...More details
This is a two platform station with a passing loop on the Far North line. The southbound platform building still stands as does the southern signal box ('B' listed), out of use.
This two road shed was located just west / north of Helmsdale station to the south side of the line.