Memorial Seat to Frank Spaven unveiled





Date: 07/10/2003

A memorial seat to Frank Spaven was unveiled at Inverness Station prior to a meeting of the Highland Rail Partnership. Frank Spaven was the first head of planning at the Highlands and Islands Development Board and was instrumental in the saving of the Far North and Kyle lines from Inverness.

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