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The Peffery Way will be extended by a further 400 yards thanks to new funding of £20,000.
(Permalink) Dingwall Peffery Way Strathpeffer


Strathpeffer [2nd]: Strathpeffer, a view along the trackbed towards Dingwall.
John Gray 11/02/2007


Strathpeffer [2nd]: Strathpeffer, a view along the platform in February 2007.
John Gray 11/02/2007

Rail services on the Kyle Line have resumed after a landslip was cleared overnight, but flooding has washed away track on the Inverness-Aberdeen line.
(Permalink) Dingwall Elgin Flooding Forres Landslip

A landslip just west of Dingwall has closed the Kyle rail line for the rest of the day, ScotRail has warned. [Journeycheck: Due to a landslip between Dingwall and Garve all lines are closed. Disruption is expected until the end of the day on 09/12/20.]
(Permalink) Dingwall Dingwall and Skye Railway Garve Kyle Line Landslip

The Peffery Way Association has launched the next stage of its campaign to secure a safe path linking Dingwall and Strathpeffer.
(Permalink) Dingwall Peffery Way Association Strathpeffer Strathpeffer Branch


Strathpeffer [2nd]: Strathpeffer, a view along the trackbed towards Dingwall.
John Gray 11/02/2007

The train line between Inverness and Dingwall has been closed following a landslip in the area.
The incident happened on Tuesday evening, affecting Inverness to Wick and Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh services.ScotRail expect the line to be closed on Wednesday with a full inspection to be carried out in daylight with the track team assembling kit and materials required to start repairs. Meanwhile, ScotRails integrated control team are working on a temporary timetable for Dingwall to Wick/Kyle of Lochalsh.
(Permalink) Dingwall Landslide

A commuter train derails just south of Dingwall station Network Rail confirm, but no one is hurt in the incident.
(Permalink) Derailment Dingwall Network Rail


Dingwall: View south from Dingwall station as the 1101 Inverness - Dingwall service runs slowly towards its destination on 1 October 2009.
John Furnevel 01/10/2009

An investigation is launched after an Inverness to Kyle train hits a car on a level crossing at Dingwall. The incident happened at the crossing on the A862 Newton Road, Dingwall, at about 1130 GMT on Tuesday.
(Permalink) Crash Dingwall Dingwall and Skye Railway Kyle Line Level crossing

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