Dalwhinnie Distillery

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Dalwhinnie Distillery (1898-)

Where: Highland
Opened on the Inverness and Perth Junction Railway.
Opened on the Dalwhinnie Distillery Branch.
Opened on the Rail Served Distilleries.


This distillery was established by John Grant, George Sellar and Alexander Mackenzie at a site just to the north of Dalwhinnie village.

The distillery was rail served by a siding running north from Dalwhinnie station. This ran up the east side of the line. The siding was installed around 1899. It remains in cut back form, no longer in distillery use.


Dalwhinnie Distillery




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