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TITLE
Black Isle Railway bridge, Munlochy
EXTERNAL ID
PC_DONALD_BLACKISLERAILWAY11
PLACENAME
Munlochy
DISTRICT
Avoch
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ROSS: Knockbain
DATE OF IMAGE
2002
PERIOD
2000s
CREATOR
Janine Donald
SOURCE
Janine Donald
ASSET ID
22329
KEYWORDS
Black Isle Railway
railways
railway
bridges
bridge
Black Isle Railway bridge, Munlochy

The Black Isle Railway was originally a branch of the Highland Railway network. It carried passengers from 1894 until 1951 (freight until 1960) and ran from Muir of Ord to Fortrose with intermediary stations at Redcastle, Allangrange, Munlochy and Avoch.

Much of the railway track and many of the former railway structures have been lost. However, the enthusiast can trace parts of the original route and a few of the original railway buildings still exist. This photograph, for example, shows one of the specially constructed railway bridges on the section from Munlochy to Avoch

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Black Isle Railway bridge, Munlochy

ROSS: Knockbain

2000s

Black Isle Railway; railways; railway; bridges; bridge

Janine Donald

The Black Isle Railway was originally a branch of the Highland Railway network. It carried passengers from 1894 until 1951 (freight until 1960) and ran from Muir of Ord to Fortrose with intermediary stations at Redcastle, Allangrange, Munlochy and Avoch.<br /> <br /> Much of the railway track and many of the former railway structures have been lost. However, the enthusiast can trace parts of the original route and a few of the original railway buildings still exist. This photograph, for example, shows one of the specially constructed railway bridges on the section from Munlochy to Avoch