Category Archives: Scottish Narrow Gauge

Posts relating to Scottish narrow gauge lines, proposed or constructed.

A railway for Dunvegan

So, the last post alluded to new things coming… Well, I’ve mentioned why I ended up not retaining my model of the station at Isle Ornsay for as long as I’d have liked. So, having moved house it was sensible … Continue reading

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Ardkinglas Railway – a plea for information

My interest has been piqued by a little known Scottish line, the Ardkinglas Railway. Descriptions of this line are few and far between, but essentially it seems to have been a 2′ gauge line that ran around the Ardkinglas estate … Continue reading

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Skye part 2

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

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