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Arrochar and Tarbet:
Northbound at Arrochar and Tarbet.

West Highland Railway 
Ewan Crawford [//] Ref: 7347


Arrochar and Tarbet:
Class 37 hauled sleeper entering Arrochar and Tarbet station from the south.

West Highland Railway 
Ewan Crawford [//] Ref: 905


Arrochar and Tarbet:
Last Aluminium train passes south through Arrochar and Tarbet.

West Highland Railway 
Ewan Crawford [//] Ref: 1743


Name:
Arrochar and Tarbet
Type: Station


07/08/1894Public opening from Fort William to Craigendoran. Stations opened at Craigendoran Upper, Helensburgh Upper, Row, Garelochhead, Glen Douglas (private - correct date?) Arrochar and Tarbet, Ardlui, Crianlarich, Tyndrum [WHR], Bridge of Orchy, Gortan (private), Rannoch, Corrour (private), Inverlair, Roy Bridge, Spean Bridge and Fort William [1st].


Nearby stations
Inveruglas
Glen Douglas Halt
Ardlui
Whistlefield
Garelochhead
Glen Falloch Platform
Faslane Military Port
Shandon
Faslane Platform
Rhu
Helensburgh Upper
Aberfoyle
Crianlarich
Crianlarich Lower
Helensburgh Central

Other locations
Loch Lomond
Beinn Narnain
Inveruglas Powerstation
Glen Douglas MOD
Ben Lomond
Ben Vane
Beinn Ime
Rowardennan
Ben Vorlich
Ben Vorlich North Peak
Stronachlachar Pier
Finnart Oil Terminal
Loch Goil
Loch Katrine
Beinn Chabhair
Arrochar and Tarbet:
An NBL Type 2 waits at Arrochar and Tarbet with a train for Oban in July 1967, ...

West Highland Railway 
Colin Miller [/07/1967] Ref: 41161


Arrochar and Tarbet:
The 18.35 Glasgow Queen Street - Oban, with an NBL Type 2 in charge, approaching ...

West Highland Railway 
Colin Miller [/07/1967] Ref: 41177


Arrochar and Tarbet:
In June 1998 the morning Oban service waits to to pass the southbound train at ...

West Highland Railway 
David Panton [/06/1968] Ref: 50471