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Waiting in the loop at Craigendoran Jct, K4 no. 3442 and K1 no. 2005 let off steam while the crew attempt to get the portable RETB kit to receive a token from Banavie. The train was the West Highland Centenary special to Fort William.
John McIntyre [07/08/1994]


A service for Oban approaches Craigendoran Junction along the seawall on the 6th of April, 2003. The train is just coming off the short section of single track before the junction between the Helensburgh Central and West Highland routes. The line in the foreground is a loop on the West Highland route and the buffer terminates the down CE siding (formerly the westbound line of the Helensburgh Central route). About this point the line originally came straight on to Helensburgh Central, Craigendoran being on the present line, a deviation opened in 1882. This was also the site of a wartime yard.
Ewan Crawford [06/04/2003]


The ^Leaf Train^ pauses at Craigendoran before returning east.
Beth Crawford [11/10/2016]
All photographs of Craigendoran Junction
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