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A train for Inverness heads up the coast by Loch Carron in summer 1974. The new section of the A890 shown led to rock falls and subsequent construction of the avalanche shelter over the railway - as well as some twisting re-alignments of the rail route further out from the rock face.
David Spaven [//1974]


The sheer delight (even on a dull day) of the Loch Carron panorama seen from the ^Devon Belle^ observation car en route to Kyle in October 1966. Not quite the same these days, looking sideways out of a 158!
Frank Spaven Collection (Courtesy David Spaven) [/10/1966]


Kyle of Lochalsh bound 158707 heads away from the camera after calling at Attadale Halt with an afternoon service from Inverness in July 2012. Taken from the north (sea loch) side, with the A890 road on the other side of the line.
Mark Bartlett [11/07/2012]
All photographs of Attadale
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