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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]


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 1203 Kyle of Lochalsh - Inverness train restarts from Stromeferry on 29 September 2009.

John Furnevel [29/09/2009]
All photographs of Stromeferry
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