Royal Mail to vacate Inverness Strothers Lane [Friends of the Far North Line]





Date: 18/04/2018

An extract from a Press Release by the Friends of the Far North Line: Last week Royal Mail announced that it is to vacate its site in Strothers Lane, west of Inverness Railway Station. This releases the land between the present bus station and the railway station, allowing the construction of a new interchange by relocating the bus station to be next to the railway station. The Friends of the Far North Line campaigns for improvements for travellers using the railway between Inverness and Thurso/Wick, and onwards to Orkney. A frequent element of our campaigning concerns the lack of easy inter modal interchange which sometimes makes travelling by public transport unattractive.


External links

Friends of the Far North Press Release

Friends of the Far North

Related images

Lever frame - Inverness station - May 2002.
Location: Inverness
Company: Inverness and Nairn Railway
01/05/2002 John Furnevel
A general view of Inverness. On the right are the far north platforms with 158 778 heading a four car train. In the foreground is the rusted track of the former harbour branch which now ends in two sidings. On the left stands the carriage shed. Centre left is the re-roofed Lochgorm Works and in the right background the main station building.
Location: Inverness
Company: Inverness and Nairn Railway
20/10/2007 John Gray