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Stromeferry station, as seen across tidal Loch Carron, from Strome Castle on the north bank. 158705 has just called on its way to Inverness with the 1715hrs from Kyle. In front of the station is the slipway of the old car ferry, replaced by the A-road from Strathcarron in the 1960s.
Mark Bartlett [10/07/2012]


Just east of Stromeferry after the mud landslide of November 2001 which closed the line west of Strathcarron. A replacement bus service called at all stations except Duncraig. The original course of the line is closer to the camera, partly covered by tarpaulins. [Editors note: This is one of the images from ECs latest book Kyle of Lochalsh Line : Great Railway Journeys through time]

Ewan Crawford [10/02/2002]


Approaching Stromeferry in April 1979.
John McIntyre [/04/1979]
All photographs of Stromeferry
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