Strathspey Railway

I was here on 06 may 2015

This is a railway of normal gauge (Stephenson's, 1435 mm) situated in Scotland in Cairngorms national park - this terrain is metioned in lists of British most beatiful places. Of course, the railway has its own website: where timetables can be found and photos. They also collect money there for an important project: extention their railway to Grantown-on-Spey. This project is not on paper now, track is partly laid already and there is a bridge over the Dulnain river (Colas Rail came with their Kirow 1200 crane - the only crane in the UK capable of establishment of such long span structures). That means that only several kilometers of track and a station are to be built.

There are three stations now (from west to east):