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Highland motorists have been warned of a minor road closure tonight to enable engineers to inspect a rail bridge on the Highland mainline.
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Having your personal VIP lounge at a major airport would purely be the preserve of the super rich or powerful today - but in the 19th century, Highland lairds had their own equivalent.
(Permalink) Alness Anne-Mary Paterson Ballater Beauly Blair Atholl Castle Grant Platform Duncraig Dunrobin Castle Fochabers Town Kildary Lairds in Waiting Moy Orbliston Rosehaugh


Dunrobin Castle: The second station building at Dunrobin looking north. The little shed in the distance to the right of the railway was used to hold the Dukes carriage. The shed has since been demolished, but the disu ...
Ewan Crawford //1989

Highland mainline closed at Dalwhinnie due to deep snow, Network Rail Scotland confirms; snow also causing issues at Slochd, Tomatin and Moy passing loops; disruption comes amid yellow and amber snow warnings from the Met Office.
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A report on the derailment of a train travelling from Inverness to Edinburgh is critical of Network Rail.

Six passengers and two staff were slightly injured when the train ran into a landslip at a cutting in Moy, Inverness-shire, last November.

The Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) said the rail infrastructure company had not identified the drainage risks in the area.
(Permalink) Derailment Landslide Moy Network Rail


Moy: Inverness bound cement train, crossing the moor at Moy, on one of the best days this summer in these parts. 70814 does the honours on 6th August 2020.
John Gray 06/08/2020


Moy: The Royal Scotsman going south at Moy on 10th October 2017. The train is heading for Boat of Garten on the Strathspey Railway, hauled by GBRf 66743.
John Gray 10/10/2017


Moy: The 10:45 Inverness to Edinburgh train near Moy on 10th October 2017. 158711 is leading this four coach train.
John Gray 10/10/2017

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