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This site describes the construction of my 4mm scale narrow gauge layout, Isle Ornsay. It is the Southernmost terminus of a proposed line on the Isle of Skye, part of 4 railways proposed under the Hebridean Light Railway Proposal of 1898.
The other aspect of this site is to describe both proposed and constructed narrow gauge railways located in Scotland.
I occasionally describe places I've been, or things that I've enjoyed, but it all has a railway theme.
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I’ve now, sadly, been home from Skye for about a week, we had a great time (double booking of the cottage aside – but that got sorted relatively easily!). I spent some time taking photos for the backscene on the … Continue reading
Part 3 saw us travel along what is possibly the most scenically spectacular section of railway line that has never been built, from Sligachan to Skeabost just North of Portree. It is at Skeabost, having just reached 40 mile marker, that … Continue reading