Forres Station, looking towards Inverness. To the right is the disused Aberdeen platform, and behind it is the former goods yard that stood at the station. The Inverness & Perth Junction railway from Aviemore came in from the left
Forres Station looking towards Aberdeen. The large goods yard at the station was behind the wall to the left.
Forres Station looking towards Aberdeen. The large goods yard at the station was behind the wall to the left. The photograph is taken from the former P2, with the old P3 to the left. P1 was the Aviemore and Perth platform, and is now where the station car park is located.
The signal protecting the loop just outside Forres Station
Looking West from the Keith end at Forres Station. The Aviemore and Perth line ran off to the left from the spot the photo was taken from
Looking East from the Keith end at Forres Station towards Forres SB. The Aviemore and Perth line ran off to the right at the platform end, the platform for this now incorporated into the station car park
Forres SB as seen from Forres Station
Nairn Station, as seen from the car pak
Nairn Station looking West towards Inverness
The boarded up Nairn East SB.
Nairn Station buildings as seen from the station car park
Looking East from the foot bridge at Nairn Station
Station buildings at Old Meldrum, still intact. Sight now used as a bus garage. Looking west.
Station buildings at Oldmeldrum, still intact. Now a bus garage. Engine shed is at the right of the picture, and the bus to the extreme left sits on the station platform, also still intact. Looking West
Findhorn Viaduct on the Inverness & Aviemore Direct Railway.
Findhorn Viaduct on the Inverness & Aviemore Direct Railway. Girder detail.
Castlecary Viaduct on the Edinburgh & Glasgow Railway. Taken from the A80
Inverness Depot, Inverness Station. This is the former Lochgorm Locomotive Works of the Highland Railway
Inverness Station, looking South
Inverness Station, far North lines, rabbits on the line
Inverness Station, Inbhir Nis in Gaelic
This plaque was brought from a viaduct over the Spey at Dalvey and commemorates the completion of the line between Nairn and Keith, completing the link to London from Inverness. The plaque is now displayed at Inverness station.
This plaque was brought from a viaduct over the Spey at Dalvey and commemorates the completion of the line between Nairn and Keith, showing the names of the directors of the Inverness & Aberdeen Junction Railway. The plaque is now displayed at Inverness station
Allt na Slanaich Viaduct near Moy
Pitlochry Station, or Baile Chloichridh in Gaelic
Pitlochry Station. Pitlochry in bloom
Pitlochry Station, P1, Southbound
Connel Ferry Viaduct
The new Oban Station, modern brick building and very bland and boring
Oban Railway Station, Failte don Oban in Gaelic, Welcome to Oban
Semaphore signals outside Aviemore Station