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Stromeferry looking towards Inverness. On the 29th of October 2001 a mudslide closed the Kyle line making Strathcarron the temporary terminus until the line was remade east of Stromeferry. The hillside was cleared, made stable and a new formation built. A temporary level crossing was made at the east end of Stromeferry station (shown here) and an enormous mound of spoil was built up at the closed Howard Doris sidings site.
Ewan Crawford [10/02/2002]


The 1715 from Kyle to Inverness approaches Stromeferry negotiating the sharp curves along the shore of Loch Carron. 158705 was photographed from the ruined Strome Castle on the opposite bank, near where the car ferry crossed the loch narrows until the new A road was built alongside the southern shore in the late 1960s.
Mark Bartlett [10/07/2012]


Hudswell Clarke industrial diesel at Stromeferry in April 1979.
John McIntyre [/04/1979]
All photographs of Stromeferry
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