Inverness and Perth Junction Railway



Dates

22/07/1861Inverness and Perth Junction Railway
Act obtained for a line between Dunkeld and Forres, and Ballinluig to Aberfeldy. Engineer: Joseph Mitchell.
17/10/1861Inverness and Perth Junction Railway
First sod cut.
  /  /1863Perth and Dunkeld RailwayInverness and Perth Junction Railway
Perth and Dunkeld Railway absorbed by Inverness and Perth Junction Railway (Also given as 1864, 28 February).
01/06/1863Inverness and Perth Junction Railway
Dunkeld to Pitlochry opened. Dunkeld (Perth and Dunkeld Railway) becomes a through station (the north wall of the overall trainshed was removed).
03/08/1863Inverness and Perth Junction Railway
Forres to Aviemore opened.
09/09/1863Inverness and Perth Junction Railway
Line opened from Pitlochry to Aviemore, thus throughout from Inverness to Perth.
  /  /1864Inverness and Perth Junction Railway
Dava station opened.
28/02/1864Perth and Dunkeld RailwayInverness and Perth Junction Railway
Perth and Dunkeld Railway absorbed by Inverness and Perth Junction Railway (Also given as 1863).
  /  /1865Inverness and Perth Junction Railway
Killiecrankie opened.
  /  /1865Inverness and Perth Junction Railway
Dalnaspidal opened.
  /  /1865Inverness and Perth Junction Railway
Rafford closed.
01/02/1865Inverness and Aberdeen Junction RailwayInverness and Perth Junction Railway
Inverness and Aberdeen Junction Railway and Inverness and Perth Junction Railway merge (the name of new company was not yet decided).
29/06/1865Inverness and Aberdeen Junction RailwayInverness and Perth Junction RailwayHighland Railway
Inverness and Aberdeen Junction Railway and Inverness and Perth Junction Railway merger: company named the Highland Railway.
03/07/1865Aberfeldy Branch
(Inverness and Perth Junction Railway)
Aberfeldy branch opened.
  /  /1871Inverness and Perth Junction Railway
Boat of Insh renamed Kincraig.
  /  /1960Inverness and Perth Junction Railway
The double track between Blair Atholl and Dalwhinnie was singled with passing places at Dalnacardoch and Dalnaspidal.
03/05/1965Aberfeldy Branch (Inverness and Perth Junction Railway)
Aberfeldy closed.
06/09/1965Inverness and Perth Junction Railway
Dallas Dhu Siding to Boat of Garten closed to freight.
18/10/1965Inverness and Perth Junction Railway
Forres to Aviemore closed to passengers.
18/10/1965[Inverness and Perth Junction Railway]
Dallas Dhu siding to Boat of Garten closed to all traffic.
18/10/1965Inverness and Perth Junction Railway
Forres East Junction to Forres South Junction closed to passengers.
15/08/1966Inverness and Perth Junction Railway
Forres West Junction to Forres South Junction closed to all traffic.
21/05/1967Inverness and Perth Junction Railway
Forres South Junction to Dallas Dhu Siding closed to freight.
21/05/1967Inverness and Perth Junction Railway
Forres East Junction to Forres South Junction closed to freight.
04/11/1968Inverness and Perth Junction Railway
Boat of Garten to Aviemore North Signal closed to freight.
  /  /1970Inverness and Perth Junction Railway
Line between Blair Atholl and Dalwhinnie re-doubled. This was done in connection with the oil industry and anticipated extra traffic. The traffic did not increase as much as expected but the double track has been retained.
  /07/1998Inverness and Perth Junction Railway
Aviemore station re-opened and Aviemore Speyside station closed.
06/05/2001Inverness and Perth Junction Railway
Accident at Moulinearn Level Crossing. An occupant of a car hit by a train at the crossing later died.

Portions of line and locations

This line is divided into a number of portions.


Dunkeld to Forres

This is a two platform station which for originally the terminus of the line from Stanley Junction before the Inverness and Perth Junction Railway extended the line north to Inverness via Forres.
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Recently applied plaque at Dunkeld & Birnam in November 2018. This is one of a number dotted over the locality. Signs to the station itself are oddly ...
David Panton 08/11/2018
At the south end of Dunkeld station is this well known signal topped with a finial. ...
Ewan Crawford 05/10/2018
Loop Platform 2 at Dunkeld is used only to allow passing, as here when a Glasgow to Inverness service waits an Edinburgh-bound to arrive and allow it ...
David Panton 05/10/2016
Edinburgh (right) and Inverness services pass at Dunkeld on 3rd October 2018. The left-hand line is only used when trains need to pass. The low height ...
David Panton 03/10/2018



1264 and 45699, north of Dunkeld and Birnam, with the Great Britain XI rail tour on 21st April 2018. ...
Bill Roberton 21/04/2018
Class 37 hauled train passing north approaching the former site of Inchmagranachan Crossing. ...
Ewan Crawford //

This was a two platform station with a passing loop and the main building on the northbound platform. There was a goods yard to the south, accessed from the south.
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Black Five 45212 and K1 62005 lead the Inverness - Glasgow Central leg of the Great Britain X south of Dalguise. ...
Bill Roberton 02/05/2017
DRS 66423 with the 4D47 Inverness - Mossend intermodal service just south of the former Dalguise station on 25 February 2012. ...
Bill Roberton 25/02/2012
Dalguise in Highland Perthshire. The 1335 Edinburgh to Inverness is caught passing in harvest sun. ...
Brian Forbes /10/2007
The Great Britain III railtour heads south at Dalguise on 13 April 2010 behind Britannia Pacific no 70013 Oliver Cromwell and K4 2-6-0 ...
Jim Peebles 13/04/2010

This is a single track viaduct over the River Tay just north of the former Dalguise station. The castellated abutments are rather fine. It consists of two lattice girders of 210ft and 141ft. The southern girder is the longer and there are approach masonary arches at either end. The bridge was designed by Joseph Mitchell. Also called Dalguise Viaduct. ...

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This was a one platform station, on a single track mainline, with a timber station building. There was a goods yard, a pair of sidings, to the south, east side of the line and accessed from the south.
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A northbound 125 passing Guay in July 2003. ...
Ewan Crawford 13/07/2003

This was a three platform station with two platforms on either side of the loop and a second face of the northbound platform served the Aberfeldy branch, there being a loop alongside the platform.
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Ex CR Class 2P 55200 leaves Ballinluig on 1445 Ballinluig to Aberfeldy service 210658. ...
David Murray-Smith 21/06/1958
The station buildings at Ballinluig in 1975, ten years after closure. [Ref query 14 July 2018]
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Bill Roberton //1975
Standard Class 4MT 80093 waits in the branch platform at Ballinluig in March 1961. ...
David Murray-Smith 22/03/1961
Class 5MT 45361 exchanging tablet at Ballinluig in June 1958. ...
David Murray-Smith 21/06/1958


This is a two platform station. It has a station building on the up (southbound) platform with crow stepped gables, a lattice footbridge and timber building on the down platform. There is a strong resemblance to Nairn station. The buildings date from the 1890 rebuilding of the station.
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The extensions to the platforms at Pitlochry are ready, with fencing going up. Southbound freight against the beginnings of a sunset. ...
John Yellowlees 03/12/2018
The main station building on the southbound platform at Pitlochry. ...
John Gray 01/08/2018
A Class 170 with a southbound service at Pitlochry on 4th October 2017. Will all 170s be banished when the HSTs come on stream next year? Let's see. ...
David Panton 04/10/2017
A main line service passes a loco built for 'Pitlochry in Bloom' by HMP Castle Huntly in 2002. ...
John Yellowlees 30/03/2017

This is a single track castellated stone viaduct of ten arches in the Pass of Killiecrankie. Each arch is 35ft long.
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On what was a blisteringly hot summer day in 1990, a 47 heads north over the Killiecrankie Viaduct before plunging into the tunnel below the ...
Ewan Crawford //1990


This was a two platform station with ornate timber buildings featuring canopies. Nothing now remains of the station except nearby railwaymen's cottages and portions of the platforms at the north end where they were built in timber of a bridge over a stream. The station was a loop on the single track Highland main line. ...

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The autumn colours are starting to show as a train for Inverness crosses the viaduct at Killiecrankie on 20 October. ...
John Robin 20/10/2015
View looking south at Killiecrankie. ...
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Autumn at Killiecrankie, October 2011. Looking across the River Garry towards the railway viaduct. ...
Bruce McCartney 07/10/2011
Looking south over the former Killiecrankie station. ...
Ewan Crawford //

This single track 150ft lattice girder viaduct is just east of Blair Atholl station's level crossing and crosses the River Tilt. The bridge has fine castellated stone abutments. ...

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This two platform station has a two storey stone building on the up (southbound) platform and a timber one on the down platform. It is at the south end of a long double track section north to Dalwhinnie.
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66-426 waits to cross 170-393 at Blair Atholl. ...
Ian Millar 16/04/2009
A southbound service pulls into the clean autumnal air of Blair Atholl on 4th October 2017. Unusually the station lacks departure information - a step ...
David Panton 04/10/2017
170405 arrives in Blair Atholl from the south on 17th September 2018.
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John Gray 17/09/2018
The simple but well maintained building on the northbound platform at Blair Atholl in May 2012. [See image 39247]. ...
John Furnevel 28/05/2012

The Black Island is a strip of land west of Blair Atholl station, and Blair Castle, between the railway and the River Garry.
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The site of Black Island platform viewed from the west. ...
Ewan Crawford //

This is a pair of single track viaducts, one masonry and the other girder, carrying a double track over the River Garry and a minor road's bridge just east of the former Struan station. The viaduct is known as Struan Viaduct, Garry Viaduct and Calvine Viaduct.
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Garry Viaduct is just east of the former Struan station. Viaducts would be more accurate - the single track Highland main line was doubled from Blair ...
Ewan Crawford //1994
Snow covered 'Christmas' trees seen from the Garry Viaduct, immediately east of the former Struan station. The parapet to the right is of the second ...
Rod Crawford 11/12/2015

This was a two platform station just west of the Garry Viaduct. The platforms remain here, out of use, and there are some Highland Railway style worker's cottages.
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The Leaning Bothy of Struan, April 1978. The architects also appear to have carried out work in the South Tyne Valley [see image 29641].
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Bill Roberton /04/1997



This box controlled a passing loop during the period (1966-1978) that the line between Dalwhinnie and Blair Atholl reverted to single track with passing loops. The box remained after closure and remains still as a single storey structure. ...

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This wartime signal box split the section between Dalnaspidal and Dalanraoch Box. It increased capacity of the line for war traffic.
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Class B1 4-6-0 No.1264 in LNER lined black and Jubilee Class 4-6-0
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John Gray 21/04/2018
Putting the second track back 11 years after it was lifted - a southbound Highland Main Line train passes a continuous corridor of new concrete ...
Frank Spaven Collection (Courtesy David Spaven) //1977
Busy scene south of Dalnaspidal in April 1978 with the down main line reinstated. ...
Bill Roberton /04/1978
Photograph taken from alongside the A9 south of Dalnaspidal in 1969 showing D5339 + D5120 with a southbound train from Inverness. ...
Bruce McCartney /08/1969

This was a two platform station. The disused platforms, and a disused signal box, remain intact. The station building was dismantled and re-located to Aviemore Speyside. In recent years the station cottages, which were derelict, have been renovated.
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A southbound train approaching Dalnaspidal with the Sow of Atholl in the background left, Boar of Atholl above the train and a previous version of the ...
Ewan Crawford 05/10/2018
66428 negotiates some reverse curves south of Dalnaspidal with a freight service from Inverness to Mossend on 5th October 2018. ...
Ewan Crawford 05/10/2018
A pair of Class 158s head north near Dalnaspidal in 1994 ...
John McIntyre 12/08/1994
60009 Union of South Africa northbound past Dalnaspidal with the 'Osprey Express' on 25 August 1980. The 9-coach special, organised by ...
Peter Todd 25/08/1980




This two platform station still has a station building, signal box and footbridge. It is located at the north end of the double track section from Blair Atholl.
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Which way to the station? Signposts on the A889. ...
Ewan Crawford 05/10/2018
Smart refurbished signal box at the north end of Dalwhinnie, seen here in August 2007 from the up platform. ...
John Furnevel 25/08/2007
The road approach to a smart looking Dalwhinnie station in the summer of 2008. The old building had recently been given a bit of a refurbishment. [Ref ...
John Furnevel 25/08/2007
The southbound containers for Mossend head out of Dalwhinnie hauled by 68023 Achilles. ...
John Gray 03/05/2017

This distillery was established by John Grant, George Sellar and Alexander Mackenzie at a site just to the north of Dalwhinnie village.
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This was a crossing on the single track line north of Dalwhinnie and south of Etteridge Crossing, itself south of Newtonmore.
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Class B1 4-6-0 No.1264 in LNER lined black and Jubilee Class 4-6-0 No.45699 Galatea run alongside the River Truim at Crubenmore,with The Great Britain ...
John Gray 21/04/2018
Near the site of Inchlea Crossing, north of Dalwhinnie. ...
Ewan Crawford 15/04/2007

This loop was on the single track line south of Newtonmore and north of Inchlea Crossing and Dalwhinnie. There was a single signal box.
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This is a single platform station. It was formerly a two platform station with a passing loop, however the southbound line was lifted in the 1980s.
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40064 photographed at Newtonmore in 1979. ...
Ian Dinmore //1979
Newtonmore south cabin (1983). ...
Brian Forbes //1983
This was the southbound platform building at Newtonmore. The photograph was taken in 1989 and the lifted southbound loop trackbed can be seen in the ...
Ewan Crawford //1989
A4 Pacific no 60009 Union of South Africa pictured between Dalwhinnie and Newtonmore on 4 July 2009 with the Osprey Express ...
John Gray 04/07/2009

This is a two platform station with a passing loop on a single track line. The station has a large fine station building on the northbound platform with large glazed platform canopy. There is a siding on the east side, approached from the south.
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The southbound upgraded platform at Kingussie as seen from a northbound train. ...
John Yellowlees 21/05/2018
The 06.30 pauses at Kingussie as the first northbound (1H03 05.08 Perth - Inverness) crosses with the first southbound of the day. Both 158 services ...
Gary Straiton 27/06/2018
Kingussie Station looking south in February 2004. ...
John Gray /02/2004
After a water stop at Kingussie, Black 5 No.45212 and K1 No.62005 power
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John Gray 01/05/2017

Jubilee Class 4-6-0 No.45699 'Galatea' and Class B1 4-6-0 No.1264 speed along past Balavil Cottage, near Kingussie,with the southbound GB XI railtour ...
John Gray 24/04/2018
Painted in early B.R.Express Passenger Blue, A1 Pacific No 60163 Tornado hauls the Cathedrals Express south on 15 June passing Balavil Cottage ...
John Gray 15/06/2013

This is a passing loop, formerly a station, to the south (and controlled by) Aviemore.
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45407 and 60009 approach the loop at Kincraig in very heavy rain. ...
John Gray 13/04/2008
61994 and 60009 get The Great Britain underway after a stop at Kincraig. ...
John Gray 10/04/07
All that remains of Kincraig Station on the Highland Main Line. Under the trees on the left are the foundations of another railway building. Photo ...
John Gray 08/06/2006


A morning train for Boat of Garten prepares to leave Aviemore on 14 May 2002. The 'Scotland for Steam' headboard being carried by Ivatt 2MT ...
John Furnevel 14/05/2002
GBRf 66746 in special 'Belmond Royal Scotsman' livery, stabled on the SRS access line at Aviemore on 26 April 2017. ...
Andy Furnevel 26/04/2017
View north through a wet Aviemore station on 13 September 2017 as the ScotRail 0845 Inverness - Glasgow Queen Street calls on its way south. ...
Andy Furnevel 13/09/2017
City of Truro at Aviemore. ...
Mark Poustie 31/08/2006

This was the southern terminus of the Strathspey Railway (Preserved).
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46512 waits to leave Aviemore with the 10.30 to Broomhill on 23rd September 2018. An LNER HST stands alongside in the main line platform.
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Bill Roberton 23/09/2018
D5394 arrives at Aviemore Speyside on 5 July 1991 with the Royal Scotsman, following an overnight stop at Boat of Garten. ...
John McIntyre 05/07/1991
Strathspey Railway's No 60 running into Aviemore Speyside on 15 May 1982. ...
Peter Todd 15/05/1982
Running round at Aviemore Speyside in July 1991. With the loco shed on the left and the signal box on the right. The view today is slightly different ...
John McIntyre 03/07/1991

This is a preserved station on the Strathspey Railway. The architect of the station building, the present building dating from around 1904, was William Roberts.
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Taking on water at Boat of Garten at the north end on the member's special. ...
Alan Cormack 05/11/2017
Looking north towards the buffer stops on the east side of Boat of Garten station in May 2002. Stabled in the siding is Andrew Barclay 0-4-0ST no. 2 ...
John Furnevel 14/05/2002
Boat of Garten this morning, 828 on the member's special, taking on water before continuing to Broomhill. The steam heating was certainly needed. ...
Alan Cormack 05/11/2017
J94 No 60 at Boat of Garten on 19 October 1980. ...
Peter Todd 19/10/1980

This is a single platform station on the Strathspey Railway (Preserved).
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CR828 near Broomhill on Strathspey Railway. ...
Ian Millar 19/06/2010
The Strathspey Railway's Ivatt Class 2 leaves Broomhill for Aviemore. The
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John Gray 25/07/2018
Ivatt 2MT 2-6-0 46512 runs round at Broomhill loop before drawing the train into the station, which can just be seen in the background. 22nd ...
Bill Roberton 22/09/2018
Ivatt Class 2 No.46512. This little engine has been the mainstay of the Strathspey Railway's steam services for the last couple of years and has ...
John Gray 27/08/2016

This single track viaduct is located north of Broomhill station.
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The second member's special, we are on the 'new' bridge over the River Dulnain just now. The view looks to Grantown-on-Spey. ...
Alan Cormack 05/11/2017
Until the 'Rails to Grantown' project gets under-way, this is the eastern limit of the Strathspey Railway track, just bridging the River Dulnain. ...
Gus Carnegie 21/08/2018
North of the bridge over the River Dulnain there is as yet only one 60ft track panel laid. This is the view looking north towards Grantown on Spey on ...
Alan Cormack 05/11/2017
The castellated southern abutment of the Dulnain Bridge in August 1982 in a view looking to Broomhill. The girders had been removed after closure in ...
Peter Todd /08/1982

This was a two platform to the south west of Grantown-on-Spey. The main station building, the second on the site, had a large glazed canopy and was on the southbound platform, on the town side. There was a goods yard at the south end, east side of the line, approached from the north.
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The site of Grantown-on-Spey West station is cleared and absorbed into an industrial estate. However a railway cottage remains and this long loading ...
Ewan Crawford 05/10/2018
View north at the former Grantown-on-Spey-West station in 2005. The signal box was to the right here. The typical Highland Railway cottage remains on ...
Ewan Crawford 05/11/2005
The north end of Grantown-on-Spey West lit by headlights in 1993. The remains of one of the low platforms, north of the barrow crossing, is on the ...
Ewan Crawford //1993
A view of the station building at Grantown-on-Spey West in April 1977. Unfortunately the building was demolished a few years later when the area was ...
John McIntyre /04/1977

This private station, bridge, gatehouse and entry arch were built at the expense of the railway company to the design of the local landowner. The building was the East Lodge for the estate.
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Autumn in Speyside. This was the route of the original line north from the south to Forres looking south at the long hard climb from Grantown to the ...
Ewan Crawford 07/10/2018
Near Grantown,the bridge beside Castle Grant Halt on the line between Aviemore and Forres. July 2006 ...
John Gray /07/2006
Between Dava and Grantown the trackbed is still waterlogged in places even in a dry summer. July 2006. ...
John Gray /07/2006
Trackbed through the Castle Grant estate heading north.A castellated bridge in the same design as the one by the gatehouse carries a road into the ...
John Gray /07/2006

Summit of the line between Dava (to the north) and Castle Grant Platform at 1052 ft.
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Remains of a snow fence looking south towards Grantown-on-Spey, with the Cairngorms in the distance. ...
John Gray 20/04/2014
The trackbed of the line over Dava Moor has largely been incorporated into the Dava Way. Between Grantown-on-Spey and Dava the line climbed to a ...
John Gray 20/04/2014
The trackbed looking north from the summit towards Dava on 20 April 2014. ...
John Gray 20/04/2014
Dava Summit seen in April of 1968 with the rails still in place 3 years after closure. ...
David Spaven /04/1968

This was a two platform station (platforms long enough for 12 carriage trains as a former mainline). There was a loading bank to the north of the station, on the east side of the line. This was a somewhat remote station, not far north of Dava Summit. Today the railway cottages and former station building are houses.
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Former southbound platform Dava Station. July 2006 ...
John Gray /07/2006
Remains of a platelayer's hut near Dava Summit in April 2014. [Ref query 7171]. ...
John Gray 20/04/2014
Dava Moor. Trackbed looking south. Snow fence on right. July 2006 ...
John Gray /07/2006
Dava, south of the former station. Bleak and open moorland pierced by the former main line. Wonderful, remote, beautiful in sunshine and cruel in ...
Ewan Crawford 07/10/2018

This disused tall seven arch single track masonry viaduct still stands. The viaduct is 159 yards long with arches spanning 45 ft and 105 ft high.
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Divie viaduct at dusk. ...
Matthew Tomlins /8/2007
From 1863 until 1898 the only way to reach Perth from Inverness by rail was via Forres,over the Dava Moor to Grantown on Spey and Aviemore. One of the ...
John Gray 02/05/2018
The seven arch Divie Viaduct was designed by Joseph Mitchell for the Highland Railway and built by George Meakin of Birkenhead between 1861 and 1863. ...
John Gray 14/10/2010
Gradient marker and plenty of ballast on the approach from the south. ...
Matthew Tomlins /8/2007

This was a two platform station with a passing loop on the single track Aviemore to Forres former main line of the Highland Railway. The station building remains standing on the former northbound platform. The goods yard had a loading bank and is located to the north of the station.
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The trackbed towards Edinkillie, and the Divie Viaduct! ...
Matt Jolley /4/2007
A view of Dunphail goods yard and goods platform. The buffer stops can still be seen at end of the platform. ...
Matt Jolley /4/2007
Goods buffer in the former Dunphail goods yard. ...
Matt Jolley /4/2007
View along the trackbed before entering Dunphail station. There was a signal and overbridge near this location. ...
Matt Jolley /4/2007

This station was opened with the line, but closed very shortly afterwards.
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Looking north at the short lived Rafford station. ...
Ewan Crawford //

Dallas Dhu Distillery opened in 1899 and this halt opened to serve it. The distillery is to the west of the railway. There were sidings for the distillery, served from the north.
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A view from the south end of Forres in 1969. The west to south curve was closed to all traffic in 1966, from east to south and on to Dallas Dhu siding ...
David Spaven //1969

This station is now closed.
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Last days of Forres's second station. The Perth route was to the left and the Aberdeen route to the right. ...
Crinan Dunbar 06/10/2017
It was planned that Forres station would be demolished by 17th October. Here is a record view of the building as it stood on the 6th of October. ...
Crinan Dunbar 06/10/2017
Site of the Forres station level crossing, on the east to south curve of the second Forres station, in October 2018 [See image 28610]. The Royal ...
Ewan Crawford 07/10/2018
Road approach to Forres station in May 2012. The platform is on the right and the A96 runs past directly behind the camera. ...
John Furnevel 02/05/2012

The Jones Goods and the two preserved Caley coaches between Inverness and Forres in September 1965, as part of the Highland Railway centenary ...
Frank Spaven Collection (Courtesy David Spaven) /09/1965
View west from the recently constructed overbridge at the new Forres station showing the extended loop serving the new station and existing alignment ...
Douglas Blades 29/08/2017
No cattle fright here, as the Jones Goods and the two preserved Caley coaches head west from Forres on one of the September 1965 Highland Railway ...
Frank Spaven Collection (Courtesy David Spaven) /09/1965




Forres south to east curve

A view from the south end of Forres in 1969. The west to south curve was closed to all traffic in 1966, from east to south and on to Dallas Dhu siding ...
David Spaven //1969

This station is now closed.
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Last days of Forres's second station. The Perth route was to the left and the Aberdeen route to the right. ...
Crinan Dunbar 06/10/2017
It was planned that Forres station would be demolished by 17th October. Here is a record view of the building as it stood on the 6th of October. ...
Crinan Dunbar 06/10/2017
Site of the Forres station level crossing, on the east to south curve of the second Forres station, in October 2018 [See image 28610]. The Royal ...
Ewan Crawford 07/10/2018
Road approach to Forres station in May 2012. The platform is on the right and the A96 runs past directly behind the camera. ...
John Furnevel 02/05/2012

View of the level crossing at the former Forres East Junction in June 2017, before alteration. The view looks north. ...
Alan Cormack 21/06/2017
A shot of Forres signal box,now gone. ...
John Gray //
A view south of the level crossing east of Forres station which will be replaced by a bridge to the west of the replacement station. ...
Alan Cormack 21/06/2017
Forres signal box looking west from the level crossing in November 2005. ...
John Furnevel 03/11/2005