This extension was built to continue the Highland Railway's Stromeferry line to a new pier at Kyle of Lochalsh. The new location was more convenient for a ferry to Kyleakin, Portree, both on Skye, and other islands.
ScotRail operates a service from Inverness to Kyle. There are four or five trains per day with fewer on Sundays.
From Stromeferry to Kyle of Lochalsh.
These locations are along the line.
This was the terminus of the line until extension west and south to Kyle of Lochalsh.
This is a single platform station originally built as a private station serving Duncraig Castle in 1897. It became public in 1949.
This is a single platform station with a fine example of the timber Highland Railway station building.
This is a single platform station with a minimal waiting shelter. The platform is on the south side of the line.
This is the terminus of the line from Dingwall. This terminus replaced the further east station at Stromeferry. The station is on a pier and is built in the Swiss Chalet style (reminiscent of the West Highland Railway built around the same time).
Cock o' the North: Aberdeen to Kyle of Lochalsh - Study in Diesel Power Through Its Various Stages
Highland Railway: People and Places - From the Inverness and Nairn Railway to Scotrail
History of the Railways of the Scottish Highlands: Skye Railway v. 5
Rails to Kyle of Lochalsh: Story of the Dingwall and Skye Railway Including the Strathpeffer Branch (Oakwood Library of Railway History)
The Dingwall & Skye Railway: A Pictorial Record of the Line to Kyle of Lochalsh
The Highland Railway
The Highland Railway : The History of the Railways of the Scottish Highlands - Vol 2
The Kyle Line: An Illustrated History and Guide
The Kyle of Lochalsh Line: Great Railway Journeys Through Time