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It^s a stiff hike to Upper Tyndrum (sometime Tyndrum Upper) so you want to
make sure you^ve got the right station before you start. Tyndrum is surely
the smallest settlement in Britain to have two stations.


David Panton [01/11/2017]


Ballast train at Upper Tyndrum. Behind the 37, is one of 3 converted class 25s used as mobile generators to provide ETH and painted in the coaching stock livery of the day. They were known as ETHEL units (Electric Train Heating Ex-Locos). Its presence in this ballast train is unexplained.
Ian Dinmore [//]


The West Highland Railway station at Tyndrum began life as just that in August 1894. After a subsequent spell as Tyndrum Upper its official name is now Upper Tyndrum. View looks south over the station in April 2005. (The former Callander & Oban Railway station located just to the southwest continues to carry the name Tyndrum Lower.)
John Furnevel [10/04/2005]
All photographs of Upper Tyndrum
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