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A train photographed shortly after leaving Fort William in the summer of 1970. It has just crossed the River Nevis and is about to pass below the bridge carrying Earl of Inverness Road. [Ref query 39449]
John Furnevel [14/07/1970]


The empty Jacobite heads to Fort William at the start of the day ... in the rain.
Ewan Crawford [28/05/2006]


Caledonian Sleeper 73970 stabled in the oil depot sidings at Fort William. In the background are the home signals for the junction and the bridge which carried the Lochaber Narrow Gauge Railway to the jetty on Loch Linnhe.
Bill Roberton [20/10/2017]
All photographs of Fort William Junction
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