They used to be thriving community hubs, even with only relatively few trains a day. But latterly, despite being served by more trains than ever before, many of Scotlands railway stations have had as desolate an air as shut-up seafront buildings out of season. Now, their fortunes are changing once again, thanks to an inspired programme by successive operators of the ScotRail franchise and the Railway Heritage Trust. The dedicated small team involved is nearing the remarkable milestone of finding a new use for buildings at all of the dozens of listed stations across the country.
They used to be thriving community hubs, even with only relatively few trains a day.
Railway Heritage Trust
On this web site you will find details about how the Trust works, who its Directors and Officers are, what is in and out of scope for the Trust and how to apply for a grant from it. You can also find the most recent Annual Reports, which show the projects the Railway Heritage Trust has most recently undertaken and give its financial results; finally there are the answers to some frequently asked questions about the Trust