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Dalwhinnie:
Northbound through Dalwhinnie.

Inverness and Perth Junction Railway 
Ewan Crawford [//] Ref: 7631


Dalwhinnie:
Safeway freight train running south at Dalwhinnie.

Inverness and Perth Junction Railway 
Ewan Crawford [//] Ref: 602


Dalwhinnie:
37406 and 37421 are seen at Dalwhinnie with a tanker Train in 2003.

Inverness and Perth Junction Railway 
John Gray [//] Ref: 9252


Name:
Dalwhinnie (1863-)
Type: Station


This two platform station still has a station building, signal box and footbridge. It is located at the north end of the double track section from Blair Atholl.

The name arose from the meeting of drove roads at this location, Dail-coinneeamh in Gaelic. The famous Thieves' Road runs south from here by Loch Ericht to Corrour. The other routes are roads today.


Nearby stations
Dalnaspidal
Newtonmore
Kingussie
Struan
Tulloch
Fersit Halt
Kincraig
Black Island Platform
Blair Atholl
Corrour
Rannoch
Aberchalder
Pier
Fort Augustus
Killiecrankie

Other locations
Dalwhinnie turntable
Dalwhinnie Distillery
Carn na Caim
Balsporran Box
Loch Ericht
Inchlea Loop
A^Bhuidheanach Bheag
Meall Chuaich
Drumochter Summit
Etteridge Box
A^Mharconaich
Glas Mheall Mor
County March Box [Highland Main Line]
Beinn Udlamain
Sgairneach Mhor
Dalwhinnie:
Class 47 hauled passenger train running south past Dalwhinnie Distillery.

Inverness and Perth Junction Railway 
Ewan Crawford [//] Ref: 608


Dalwhinnie:
A northbound train passing a southbound train at Dalwhinnie.

Inverness and Perth Junction Railway 
Ewan Crawford [//] Ref: 8768


Dalwhinnie:
66247 heads south through Dalwhinnie with wagons, some of which contain ...

Inverness and Perth Junction Railway 
John Gray [//] Ref: 5404