West Highland Line

Introduction

This line runs from Glasgow to Fort William, Mallaig and Oban.



For history of the line see the pages for the West Highland Railway and Callander and Oban Railway.



Dates

20/12/1894[Callander and Oban Railway]
Spur from Crianlarich station ([West Highland Line]) to Crianlarich Junction opened. New passing loop at Crianlarich Junction allows removal of up platform and loop at Crianlarich (Callander and Oban) station.

Portions of line and locations

This line is divided into a number of portions.


Glasgow to Fort William

This is a terminus with seven platforms to the north of George Square in Glasgow. The railway was electrified in 2016.
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An evening view of the new frontage to Queen Street, on 9th December 2019, with the Tron Church in the backdrop. ...
Beth Crawford 09/12/2019
Centre portion of the new mural at the Queen Street concourse. ...
John Yellowlees 06/06/2016
Information on hoardings at Glasgow Queen Street. ...
John Yellowlees 11/10/2017
170419 seen here today working the 1209 Queen Street-Inverness is no longer in ScotRail livery as it is now subleased back from Southern. 170416-20 ...
John Yellowlees 11/10/2017

This is a five platform station. There are two platforms on the Singer route and to the north two platforms on the Clydebank route and a bay to the north of those, served from the Clydebank direction.
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334032 is the rear set on a service that should have been going to Balloch but had just been terminated at Dalmuir on 7th September 2019. The ...
John McIntyre 08/09/2019
An Airdrie service calls at the onetime Dalmuir Park on 19 October 2019. On Platform 1 a terminating service awaits the shunting signal for the ...
David Panton 19/10/2019
The somewhat less than attractive building adorning the platform at Dalmuir, as viewed from a westbound train. ...
Beth Crawford 18/05/2017
MPV DR98962/98912 heads west on railhead treatment duties. 7 November. ...
Bill Roberton 07/11/2016

This is a three platform station on the Helensburgh, Balloch and West Highland Railway lines.
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334038 leaves Dumbarton Central heading (non stop) for Helensburgh Central on 17th July 2018.
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Beth Crawford 17/07/2018
MSP Jackie Baillie and Provost William Hendrie prepare to cut a red tape to open the Armed Forces Veterans' Association Heritage Centre with an ...
Ewan Crawford 27/04/2018
320313 waits in platform 2 at Dumbarton Central as in the distance 318252 returns from Dalreoch 'bang road' to enter platform 3 during a period of ...
John McIntyre 07/09/2019
Up on the roof; in the background workmen are repairing the roof of the westbound platforms building. ...
Beth Crawford 11/04/2019

This station is open. It was an island platform station with a typical West Highland Railway chalet style station building and, originally, a typical West Highland signal box.
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156492 was heading to Oban with the first service northbound on the WHL on 28 April 2019 as it calls at Helensburgh Upper. A few passengers with ...
Chloe Goode 28/04/2019
Platform sign at Helensburgh Upper on 2 June 2009. [The Gaelic version omits the 'Upper'.] ...
David Panton 02/06/2009
The 14.43 Helensburgh Upper to Queen Street Low Level pulls in exactly to time, having come in two halves from Oban and Mallaig. Only stops now - ...
Colin Miller 20/04/2016
A pair of 37s, led by 37410, head south on the 'ghost' at Helensburgh in 1994. ...
Ewan Crawford //1994

This is an island platform station with an original West Highland Railway chalet-style building and signal box ('B' listed, closed 1986). A parcels building and short platform (both demolished 2017) were on the west side of the station. Access to the station is by means of a subway. The ironmongery typical of West Highland station subways remains intact - fencing round the pit of the subway ...

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A 1994 night view of a northbound 37 in the rain at the north end of Garelochhead with the Ghost to Fort William. [Ref query 4 January 2019] ...
Ewan Crawford //1994
The modern world comes to Garelochhead station. New departure/arrival screens await their unveiling. ...
Ewan Crawford 03/11/2017
GBRf 73971 slows to call at Garelochhead with the Fort William bound sleeper service on 1st August 2017. ...
Mark Bartlett 08/10/2017
66113 with ballast train at Garelochhead. ...
Ewan Crawford //

This is an island platform station, typical of the West Highland line. The station building was demolished due to subsidence but was of the 'Swiss chalet' style typical of the line. Before demolition the building had developed a distinct lean to the east. Access is via a subway from the east (road) side. The signal box (closed 1986) remains in use as a waiting shelter.
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Ardlui station nameplate. A quick jump off and back on the train picture. ...
Gordon Steel 24/05/2016
Ardlui Hotel viewed from the west. ...
Ewan Crawford //
37 heading south with PW train early in 1991 at the head of Loch Lomond. ...
Ewan Crawford //1991
A southbound Sprinter at Ardlui. ...
Ewan Crawford //1990

This is an island platform station, typical of the West Highland Railway. The station building was removed in the late 1990s/early 2000s after several years of being vacant. This was of the Swiss chalet style typical of the line. Access is via a subway and this also gives access to the hillside to the west.
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An Oban service calls at Arrochar on 31 October 2018. Most of the WHL's sets are still in First Scotrail livery, despite the 'non-aligned' saltire ...
David Panton 31/10/2018
On 28th September 2018 Ben Lomond provides an impressive backdrop as 66736 digs into the climb to Glen Douglas after leaving Arrochar and Tarbert with ...
Malcolm Chattwood 28/09/2018
A southbound service departs from Arrochar and Tarbet on 28 May 2007 heading for Glen Douglas and the next station stop at Garelochhead. ...
John McIntyre 28/05/2007
In June 1998 the morning Oban service waits to to pass the southbound train at Arrochar. Although into the privatisation era the Regional Railways ...
David Panton /06/1968

This is an island platform station on the West Highland Railway famous for its tearoom. Crianlarich Station Tearoom . The station is in Perthshire. Entry is by a subway at the north end of the station. The former signal box (closed 1985) is also at the north end of the station.
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Ben More in evening sunshine. What a lovely day! ...
John Yellowlees 25/03/2017
The longest day allows a photograph of the southbound sleeper on the approach to Crianlarich. The sun has just set and the midges were out in force. ...
Ewan Crawford 21/06/2019
The mid-morning Glasgow to Oban service calls at Crianlarich on 31 October 2018. ...
David Panton 31/10/2018
Information board at Crianlarich. See the erroneous claim that before 1965 there were no through trains between Glasgow and Oban! (These started a few ...
John Yellowlees 25/03/2017

This is an island platform station in the West Highland Swiss Chalet style. The station building, signal box (closed 1984, 'B' listed and restored), stationmaster's cottage and railwaymen's cottage survive. Entry to the station is by a subway. There is a very small parking area. The station is east of Tyndrum, a small settlement at the west end of Strath Fillan. It is high above the village, as a ...

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Sprinter rests at Upper Tyndrum. View looks north. ...
Ewan Crawford //1994
A service from Mallaig makes its final stop before joining the soft southerners from the Oban branch at Crianlarich. Strangely, there's only a ...
David Panton 31/10/2018
It's a stiff hike to Upper Tyndrum (sometime Tyndrum Upper) so you want to
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David Panton 01/11/2017
Upper Tyndrum looking south. ...
Ewan Crawford //1994

This is an island platform station in the West Highland Swiss Chalet style. At the south end of the platform is the disused signal box, closed 1985, which is 'B' listed. The station master's house and railwaymen's cottage also survive. Entry to the station is by a subway.
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A Sprinter heading south above Loch Tulla. A minute before it was snowing, a minute later it was sunny then the snow flurries started again ... ...
Ewan Crawford 25/04/2017
High above Loch Tulla a four coach Sprinter turns its nose south and heads for Bridge of Orchy. ...
Ewan Crawford 25/04/2017
66737 with a load of alumina powder wagons waits in the loop for the 0821 ex Glasgow Queen Street passenger service for Fort William and Mallaig to ...
Colin McDonald 12/04/2017
Waiting for the train at Bridge of Orchy in August 1987. ...
John McIntyre /08/1987

This small station on the West Highland Railway is only accessible by train, or via a very long private road. In summer the station is a B+B and restaurant Corrour Station House Restaurant . This replaced the former stationmaster's cottage in 1998.
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A new plaque has been unveiled at Corrour on the 19th of March. It commemorates the presentation of an award by the Railway Heritage Trust to Network ...
John Yellowlees 19/03/2018
'Onward Travel Information' and Corrour station facilities poster. In summary: foot or train. ...
John Yellowlees 19/03/2018
Corrour seen from the south, west side of the line, before renovation. The station house has since been replaced and bunkhouse (in the station ...
Ewan Crawford //1995
A view of Station Lodge at Corrour from the former signal box, now in use as holiday accommodation. ...
John Yellowlees 19/03/2018

This island platform station retains its original building and signal box (closed 1985 and 'B' listed) to the north of the station building. Access is by means of a footbridge, not the original footbridge but a replacement (from Corrour) installed in the 1980s after entry was by means of a pedestrian level crossing to the south end of the platform for several years. Parking is on the east side ...

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156492 slows to cross the level crossing and call at Rannoch station on 17th April 2019. The train was a Queen Street to Mallaig service with 156500 ...
Mark Bartlett 17/04/2019
The little signal cabin on the platform at Rannoch has not been operational for over twenty years now but is open to view with the lever frame is ...
Mark Bartlett 17/04/2019
'Brief Encounters on the West Highland Lines', a travelling CRP production. 'Original stageplay and evening meal accessible by train' - Saturday 14th ...
John Yellowlees 19/03/2018
B1 No. 61306 'Mayflower,' and 37685 'Loch Arkaig,' cross the Gaur Viaduct at
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John Gray 13/05/2019

This is a two platform station typical of the northern portion of the West Highland Railway. The main building, on the up (southbound) platform is Swiss Chalet in style. The north side of the building has been modified with the addition of three small wings - two being extensions of gables and the third being wholly new.
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Tulloch set in stone(s). ...
John Gray 20/07/2007
New cycle hoops installed at Tulloch. ...
First ScotRail //2006
Barely light. 37407 at Tulloch on southbound train, awaiting northbound sleeper. ...
Ewan Crawford //
Class 37 hauled passenger train heading north through Tulloch station at night. ...
Ewan Crawford //

This was a two platform station, now reduced to one platform with the loss of the up loop in 1964. The southbound (up) platform, disused, remains and the site of the station building and goods yard has been built over. These houses are built close to the platform.
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Looking west over Roy Bridge station at night ...
Ewan Crawford //
View from the redundant platform at Roy Bridge on 26 September 2005 following a period of exceptionally heavy rain, looking west towards Fort William. ...
John Furnevel 26/09/2005
Roy Bridge taken from the disused southbound platform looking west. ...
Ewan Crawford //
61994 The Great Marquess and 37676 Loch Rannoch start the descent into Monessie Gorge east of Roy Bridge with The Cathedrals ...
John Gray 08/05/2011

This is a two platform station with a passing loop. The main station building on the eastbound platform (for the south), altered at the road side, remains standing. There is a disused signal box ('C' listed) dating from 1949.
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Spean Bridge station seen from above, just to the south of the station. On the left is the I&FAR building and on the right the WHR building (only the ...
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Mid-morning trains cross at Spean Bridge on 3rd June 2016. ...
David Spaven 03/06/2016
Period platform furniture at Spean Bridge in 1977. The bus service is a reminder of the branch to Fort Augustus, the Invergarry and Fort Augustus ...
Bill Roberton //1977
A celebration of the 100 years of the West Highland Railway seen at Spean Bridge in 2001. It wouldn't be visible to passengers, but hopefully the ...
Ewan Crawford //2001

This is a terminus with an island platform. The station replaced Fort William [1st] when the line was cut back in 1975. The platform is canopied at the buffer end.
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Diamonds are forever!!!! The NBL works plate of 62005, seen in Fort William at the head of the morning Jacobite in May 2016. ...
Gordon Steel 24/05/2016
NELPG chairman, railway photographer and author, looks chuffed to bits as he sets off with the Jacobite on his 72nd birthday (09/08/17).

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Alan Hardie 09/08/2017
K1 62005 with the morning 'Jacobite' getting ready to leave Fort William for Mallaig in July 2012. ...
Gordon Steel 06/07/2012
The last passenger having left the train, 73970 sits at the head of the Caledonian Sleeper waiting to begin the shunting manoeuvres which will start ...
Colin McDonald 22/08/2018




Crianlarich to Oban

This is an island platform station on the West Highland Railway famous for its tearoom. Crianlarich Station Tearoom . The station is in Perthshire. Entry is by a subway at the north end of the station. The former signal box (closed 1985) is also at the north end of the station.
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Ben More in evening sunshine. What a lovely day! ...
John Yellowlees 25/03/2017
The longest day allows a photograph of the southbound sleeper on the approach to Crianlarich. The sun has just set and the midges were out in force. ...
Ewan Crawford 21/06/2019
The mid-morning Glasgow to Oban service calls at Crianlarich on 31 October 2018. ...
David Panton 31/10/2018
Information board at Crianlarich. See the erroneous claim that before 1965 there were no through trains between Glasgow and Oban! (These started a few ...
John Yellowlees 25/03/2017

This is a single platform station. The platform is on the north side of the running line. There is a car park at the west end and an occupational crossing. The station is south of Tyndrum, a small settlement at the west end of Strath Fillan.
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An Oban service calls at Tyndrum Lower on 1st November 2017. It's running late because of a delayed Up service and will in turn delay the next Up ...
David Panton 01/11/2017
44871 and 45407 top and tail The West Highlander coming out of the sun on 23 September on the gradient between Crianlarich and Tyndrum on the ...
John Gray 23/09/2014
The mid-morning Glasgow to Oban service pulls out of Tyndrum Lower. The conductor is assured that, despite form, I wasn't going to get back on again. ...
David Panton 31/10/2018
Westbound at Tyndrum Lower. ...
Ewan Crawford //

This is a two platform station. The main station building is on the eastbound (up) platform and is a red stone built two storey house with single storey offices. Gables are crow-stepped. The building is fitted with a full length glass canopy over the platform. The very fine building is due to the use of the station by the Duke of Argyll. The original timber station building burned down in 1898. ...

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Scotrail 156457 departs Dalmally, with a Glasgow Queen Street to Oban early morning service, just before the rain resumed on 4th September 2019.
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Alastair McLellan 04/09/2019
156500 arrives at its Dalmally destination with the afternoon service from Oban on a very wet 3rd September 2019. This was well used as a school ...
Alastair McLellan 03/09/2019
Dalmally in 1985. Still with semaphores and something soon to arrive. The box was of a style used latterly on the line, another example being at ...
Bill Roberton 28/09/1985
Icelandic knitters take train to Dalmally! ...
John Yellowlees 14/03/2016

This is a single platform station alongside the north east shore of Loch Awe [Loch] with a footbridge over the line giving access to a pier, Loch Awe Pier. Only the former eastbound platform remains in use. High above is the Loch Awe Hotel which may be reached by a staircase up a cliff.
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An Oban to Glasgow Queen St service approaching Loch Awe station, passing the camping coach, on 3rd September 2019. ...
Alastair McLellan 03/09/2019
156500, with a Dalmally to Oban, service departs Loch Awe on a miserable dreich evening, 3rd September 2019.
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Alastair McLellan 03/09/2019
A view of Loch Awe station from the footbridge on 3rd September 2019. This allows access from Loch Awe Hotel to the loch shore.
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Alastair McLellan 03/09/2019
ScotRail 156500 at Loch Awe station on 1 October 2014. ...
John Yellowlees 01/10/2014

This is a small single platform near the Falls of Cruachan and Cruachan Hydro Electric Scheme visitor's centre.
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A westbound Sprinter has just left Falls of Cruachan on 21st June 2019 and is heading west for Oban. Below and to the right is the Cruachan Power ...
Ewan Crawford 21/06/2019
1Y24, the 1243 Oban to Glasgow Queen St, approaching Falls of Cruachan station on 3rd September 2019. ...
Alastair McLellan 03/09/2019
A late running Glasgow to Oban Sprinter above Loch Awe on the approach to Falls of Cruachan on 21st June 2019. ...
Ewan Crawford 21/06/2019
A sprinter approaches one of the rockfall signals at Cruachan on Loch Awe on 21st June 2019. The road below is on a section of bridge. ...
Ewan Crawford 21/06/2019

This is a two platform station which retains its 1921 signal box. There is a small car park. The station has a passing loop and sidings. It opened on the 1880 extension of the Callander and Oban Railway from Dalmally to Oban.
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Taynuilt Signal Box in the snow. ...
John Yellowlees 12/01/2017
Taynuilt, looking east in 1985, while the box was still in operation. Distant signals were replaced with boards in 1985 and the remaining signals were ...
Bill Roberton //1985
Platform scene at Taynuilt in 1990. ...
Ewan Crawford //1990
Taynuilt signal box, April 2005. ...
John Furnevel /04/2005

This is a single platform station with a shelter. There is a car park on the north side of the station. At the east end of the station is a goods loop and oil siding (both out of use). The station was once far larger and a junction.
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Ex-CR Class 2P 0-4-4T 55124 at Connel Ferry on 1720 train for Ballachulish in 1960.
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David Murray-Smith 20/03/1960
55260 with the Ballachulish branch train at Connel Ferry in September 1961. ...
David Stewart 09/09/1961
The first train of the day for Oban, formed by Corkerhill Sprinter 156467, pulls in to a deserted Connel Ferry station, where the track has recently ...
Mark Bartlett 27/03/2009
Overview of Connel Ferry station from the east showing the out of use oil siding at the east end of the station. The oil depot remains in use. ...
Ewan Crawford 10/06/2013

This is a terminus at a ferry pier on Oban Bay. Oban is a major port for the islands with Caledonian MacBrayne operating services to Mull, Lismore and beyond.
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37191 at Oban with a train to Glasgow Queen Street in 1985. ...
Bill Roberton //1985
First ScotRail 156450 stands in the sunshine at Oban shortly after noon on 28 April 2015. The DMU had arrived earlier as the 0820 from Glasgow Queen ...
John Furnevel 28/04/2015
Unusual destination displayed at Oban, namely Queen St LL. Taken during the tunnel and electrification works at Queen St High Level on 24th May 2016. ...
Gordon Steel 24/05/2016
Super sprinter 156474 awaits at Oban with the 14.41 service to Glasgow Queen Street in October 2016. ...
Gordon Steel 11/10/2016




Fort William to Mallaig

This is a terminus with an island platform. The station replaced Fort William [1st] when the line was cut back in 1975. The platform is canopied at the buffer end.
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Diamonds are forever!!!! The NBL works plate of 62005, seen in Fort William at the head of the morning Jacobite in May 2016. ...
Gordon Steel 24/05/2016
NELPG chairman, railway photographer and author, looks chuffed to bits as he sets off with the Jacobite on his 72nd birthday (09/08/17).

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Alan Hardie 09/08/2017
K1 62005 with the morning 'Jacobite' getting ready to leave Fort William for Mallaig in July 2012. ...
Gordon Steel 06/07/2012
The last passenger having left the train, 73970 sits at the head of the Caledonian Sleeper waiting to begin the shunting manoeuvres which will start ...
Colin McDonald 22/08/2018

This is a single platform station. At the north end of the platform is Banavie Swing Bridge and the modern signalling centre, built in the style of a signal box. Unfortunately the West Highland extension style station building (similar to those at Glenfinnan and Arisaig has been demolished, in the early 1980s.
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The plaque on Banavie Signalling Centre, celebrating its opening in 1988. ...
John Yellowlees 02/04/2017
Heritage Railway Association visit to Banavie: view towards Fort William and Ben Nevis with the signalling centre to the left and swing bridge behind ...
John Yellowlees 02/04/2017
Looking west along the platform at Banavie to the signal box and swing bridge. By this date the West Highland Extension style station building was ...
Bill Roberton //1985
Banavie signal box, later replaced by an RETB control centre built in sympathetic style. ...
Bill Roberton //1985

This is a single platform station. It is close to the basin of the Caledonian Canal and its Corpach Basin and the sea lock. Corpach retains its small timber station building, not typical of the line. The platform is on the north side of the line and there is a barrier protected level crossing to its west.
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The Jacobite approaches Corpach seen over the Caledonian Canal's sea lock in 1990. The tower is Corpach Lighthouse. ...
Ewan Crawford //1990
K1 No.62005 races away from Corpach with The Jacobite on a sunny
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John Gray 21/10/2016
To celebrate the 150th anniversary of The Glasgow Highlanders being
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John Gray 01/04/2018
Corpach station viewed from the west. ...
Ewan Crawford //

This is a relatively modern station with a short platform built to serve the nearby Outward Bound Centre, just to the north.
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Photograph taken with a 200mm zoom lens of Black 5 44871 on the afternoon Jacobite from opposite side of Loch Eil. ...
Gordon Steel 05/07/2012
156445 and 156492 form the 08.21 from Glasgow Queen Street leaving Loch Eil Outward Bound for Mallaig on 19th October 2017. ...
Bill Roberton 19/10/2017
156445 and 156492 form the 08.21 from Glasgow Queen Street to Mallaig approaching Locheil Outward Bound. ...
Bill Roberton 19/10/2017
Black 5 No.45407 makes a slow approach to the station at Loch Eil
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John Gray 02/08/2016

This is a single platform station. It originally had a typical Mallaig Extension building such as that at Glenfinnan or Arisaig, but this has been lost. There is a shelter. The platform is on the north side of the line with Loch Eil just across the track.
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Black 5 45407, running as 45157 The Glasgow Highlander, hurries the morning Jacobite service through Locheilside on its way to the ...
Mark Bartlett 02/08/2018
The wayside platform at Lochielside, midway between Fort William and Glenfinnan. View east on 27 September 2005, with Loch Eil itself off picture to ...
John Furnevel 27/09/2005
Locheilside station viewed from the west. ...
Ewan Crawford //
Gauges in the guards van on the Jacobite. ...
Ewan Crawford 28/05/2006

Glenfinnan is one of the great railway destinations in Scotland. The station itself is superbly preserved and has a museum, to the east is the world famous 21 arch Glenfinnan Viaduct (both famous in its own right and through the Harry Potter books and films) and to the south east is where Bonnie Prince Charlie raised his standard at the start of the second Jacobite uprising, celebrated with ...

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Climbing away from Glenfinnan, a little to the west. ...
Bill Roberton 19/10/2017
Climbing away from Glenfinnan, a little to the west. ...
Bill Roberton 19/10/2017
Climbing away from Glenfinnan, a little to the west. This was the K1's last run to Mallaig of the season. ...
Bill Roberton 19/10/2017
Milepost 19 3/4 on the return Jacobite near Glenfinnan. K1 62005 running tender first at the head of the train. Picture taken from the First class ...
Gordon Steel 06/07/2012

This is a single platform station. It was a two platform station similar to both Glenfinnan and Arisaig.
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Black 5 45212 climbing the gradient out of Lochailort with the afternoon 'Jacobite' service for Mallaig on 20th August 2019. Pictured passing the ...
John Gray 20/08/2019
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Ewan Crawford //
K1 No.62005 has the steam heating on and the steam sanders working as
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John Gray 20/10/2016
Under an angry looking sky,Black 5 No.45212 hauls the afternoon Jacobite
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John Gray 05/08/2017

This is a single platform station. The building adjoining the station is a railwayman's house, in a style typical of such buildings on the line. There is a timber waiting room on the platform.
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K1 No.62005 is going well as it approaches the summit at Beasdale with *The
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John Gray 21/10/2016
Suitably decorated Black 5 No.45407 hauling The Jacobite Christmas Express up the gradient at Polnish on 30 December 2016 heading for Mallaig. ...
John Gray 30/12/2016
Beasdale station viewed from the west. ...
Ewan Crawford //
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Paul D Kerr 04/09/2006

This is a two platform station with a passing loop. The original station buildings still stand, the larger on the down (Mallaig bound) platform. The signal box (closed in 1983 and 'B' listed) still stands at the Fort William end of the station on the northbound platform. The station is to the north of the village of Arisaig.
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Class K1 62031 at Arisaig on down freight in 1960. ...
David Murray-Smith 07/04/1960
Arisaig looking to Fort William. The station has had some attention and is looking much better than a few years ago. ...
Ewan Crawford 13/12/2018
Mallaig-bound Jacobite crosses a ScotRail service at Arisaig on 3rd June 2016. ...
David Spaven 03/06/2016
On the penultimate day of the 2015 Jacobite steam service, K1 2-6-0 62005 makes a spirited start away from Arisaig heading for Mallaig. Arisaig is the ...
John Gray 23/10/2015

This is a single platform station which retains its single storey station building. To the immediate south is a level crossing.
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Sprinter heading north to Mallaig from Arisaig near Keppoch. ...
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45212 heads away from Morar tender first with the evening Jacobite returning to Fort William. The train is approaching the viaduct over the River ...
Mark Bartlett 01/08/2018
Afternoon train from Mallaig drops down towards Loch Morar shortly after leaving Morar station in September 2005. ...
John Furnevel /09/2005
Black 5 45212 leaves Morar heading for Arisaig with the evening Jacobite service from Mallaig to Fort William on 1st August 2018. This view ...
Mark Bartlett 01/08/2018

This is a two faced island platform terminus on the western seaboard of Scotland. Nearby is the Caledonian MacBrayne pier for Armadale Pier in Skye. A number of locations are served from Mallaig Pier. The station building is at the north (buffer) end of the station. It is of two storeys and in house style.
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47237, at the head of the Royal Scotsman, with an unidentified Class 37 at the rear on 31st August 2012. ...
Gordon Steel 31/08/2012
Class 47 47237, at the head of the Royal Scotsman in Mallaig on 31st August 2012. At that time West Coast Railways had the contract and an ...
Gordon Steel 31/08/2012
37191, newly named International Youth Year 1985, waits at Mallaig after arrival from Glasgow Queen Street/Fort William. Complete with ...
Michael Green 26/05/1985
45407 climbs out of Mallaig with 'The Jacobite' viewed from the CalMac ferry 'Loch Fyne'. ...
Ewan Crawford 16/06/2017