The site of Machrihanish station, terminus of the narrow gauge railway. The line closed in 1931 but there has been very little development on most of the site although some housing has encroached at the west end. However, early photos show there was very little infrastructure at the station and so little remains to indicate what was once here. The hotel, seen here undergoing refurbishment, predated the railway and has long outlived it. See image 33498 for a map showing the station and surrounding area in 1921.

Location: Machrihanish

Company: Campbeltown and Machrihanish Light Railway

Photographer: Mark Bartlett

Contact photographer: Mark Bartlett

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Date: 26/03/2011

Image number: 33499

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