Strathspey Railway [Preserved]



Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.

This is a three platform station, formerly with a bay at the north end on the west side. The station was rebuilt and enlarged when Aviemore became a junction on the opening of the Direct Line to Inverness via Carrbridge. The architect for the rebuild was William Roberts.
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What secrets lie behind the red door? A door marked 'private' at Aviemore station. ...
Crinan Dunbar 03/06/2019
City of Truro at Aviemore. ...
Mark Poustie 31/08/2006
GBRf 66746 in special 'Belmond Royal Scotsman' livery, stabled on the SRS access line at Aviemore on 26 April 2017. ...
Andy Furnevel 26/04/2017
There's a locomotive in there somewhere. ...
Bill Roberton 23/09/2018

This is a preserved station on the Strathspey Railway. The architect of the station building, the present building dating from around 1904, was William Roberts.
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Ivatt Class 2MT 2-6-0 46512 runs over the bridge at Kinchurdy, near Boat of Garten, with the afternoon train to Broomhill on 22nd June 2019.
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John Gray 22/06/2019
Taking on water at Boat of Garten at the north end on the member's special. ...
Alan Cormack 05/11/2017
Looking north towards the buffer stops on the east side of Boat of Garten station in May 2002. Stabled in the siding is Andrew Barclay 0-4-0ST no. 2 ...
John Furnevel 14/05/2002
Approaching Boat of Garten from the north. If the view seems familiar try scrolling down. ...
Ewan Crawford 26/07/2010

This is a single platform station on the Strathspey Railway (Preserved).
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CR828 near Broomhill on Strathspey Railway. ...
Ian Millar 19/06/2010
The Strathspey Railway's Ivatt Class 2 leaves Broomhill for Aviemore. The
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John Gray 25/07/2018
Strathspey Railway's Ivatt Class 2MT 46512, with the first train of the day at Broomhill on 18th April 2019. The azure blue backing of the smokebox ...
John Gray 18/04/2019
Ivatt Class 2MT 2-6-0 46512 prepares to to run round the coaches of the 'Santa
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John Gray 09/12/2018

This was a two platform to the south west of Grantown-on-Spey. The main station building, the second on the site, had a large glazed canopy and was on the southbound platform, on the town side. There was a goods yard at the south end, east side of the line, approached from the north.
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View north at the former Grantown-on-Spey-West station in 2005. The signal box was to the right here. The typical Highland Railway cottage remains on ...
Ewan Crawford 05/11/2005
The north end of Grantown-on-Spey West lit by headlights in 1993. The remains of one of the low platforms, north of the barrow crossing, is on the ...
Ewan Crawford //1993
The site of Grantown-on-Spey West station is cleared and absorbed into an industrial estate. However a railway cottage remains and this long loading ...
Ewan Crawford 05/10/2018
A view of the station building at Grantown-on-Spey West in April 1977. Unfortunately the building was demolished a few years later when the area was ...
John McIntyre /04/1977