Georgemas Junction

Georgemas Junction station building, the UK's most northerly junction, where the Wick and Thurso lines divide, seen in heavy rain from 158717 returning from Thurso before continuing to Wick, on 17th June 2019. This train will have reversed at this station only half an hour or so earlier to go up to Thurso, reversing again there and thus serving Georgemas twice in the now even longer journey from Inverness to Wick.

Location: Georgemas Junction

Company: Sutherland and Caithness Railway

Photographer: David Bosher

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Date: 17/06/2019

Image number: 70505

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