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HLR Route Part 4 – Skeabost to Uig

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

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Scotland to get a new railway?

I’ve always thought of the Mull & West Highland Railway to be more narrow gauge than “miniature” despite it’s 10.25″ gauge.  The M&WHR, or Mull Rail as it has more affectionately become known, runs from Torosay Castle to Craignure.  Sadly … Continue reading

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