Hopeman Branch (Highland Railway)






Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.

This was a single platform station. The timber station building was in the Highland Railway style.
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The last passenger train on the Hopeman branch ran in 1931. Freight to Burghead finally succumbed in 1992 but the old railway yard has now been turned ...
John Yellowlees 01/07/2018
25233 undercover as its train is attended to at the Maltings. ...
Peter Todd 05/02/1979
25233 reversing its train down the long siding towards Hopeman. 05 February 1979. ...
Peter Todd 05/02/1979
Looking north at the former Burghead (New) station. The building, which stood to the left, was destroyed by arson and has been demolished. ...
Matt Jolley //
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This was a single platform station with the platform on the south side of the line. There was a shelter and, at the west end of the platform, a signal box which opened with the station in 1892.
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This was a single platform terminus with a loop. The station building is in Highland Railway style. The platform was on the north side of the loop. Approach was from the west.
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The branch goods on the Hopeman Branch in 1951. ...
Alec Unsworth (Courtesy Chris Unsworth) //1951
Hopeman, probably in1951. My father told me that after the Hopeman goods had finished shunting that day he and I travelled in the loco cab to ...
Alec Unsworth (Courtesy Chris Unsworth) //1951
57597 at Hopeman.
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Alec Unsworth (Courtesy Chris Unsworth) //1951
The disused signal box at the west end of Hopeman station in 1951. The box became a ground frame in 1928 and closed in 1957 with the line. ...
Alec Unsworth (Courtesy Chris Unsworth) //1951
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