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TITLE
Highland Railway Society
EXTERNAL ID
AA_HIGHLAND_RAILWAY_SOCIETY_LOGO
DATE OF IMAGE
2010
PERIOD
2010s
CREATOR
Highland Railway Society
SOURCE
Highland Railway Society
ASSET ID
247
KEYWORDS
Highland Railway Society
The Highland Railway Society
railway societies
Highland Railway Company
The Highland Railway Company
Highland Railways
Highland Railway Society

The Highland Railway ran from Perth in Central Scotland north to Inverness and then on up the east coast to Wick and Thurso. From Dingwall, the railway ran west to Kyle of Lochalsh to serve Skye and the Western Isles. From Inverness, another line ran east to Keith, where it connected with the line to Aberdeen. Several branches were built from this core network to serve nearby towns.

The Highland Railway Society caters for all those interested in the Highland Railway from its inception to the current day. Membership currently costs £11 per year (or £8.50 if you are under 18 or over 65), for which you receive a quarterly journal and purchase Society publications at reduced prices. An email chat group encourages discussion between members.

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High Life Highland is a company limited by guarantee registered in Scotland No. SC407011 and is a registered Scottish charity No. SC042593
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Highland Railway Society

2010s

Highland Railway Society; The Highland Railway Society; railway societies; Highland Railway Company; The Highland Railway Company; Highland Railways;

Highland Railway Society

The Highland Railway ran from Perth in Central Scotland north to Inverness and then on up the east coast to Wick and Thurso. From Dingwall, the railway ran west to Kyle of Lochalsh to serve Skye and the Western Isles. From Inverness, another line ran east to Keith, where it connected with the line to Aberdeen. Several branches were built from this core network to serve nearby towns.<br /> <br /> The Highland Railway Society caters for all those interested in the Highland Railway from its inception to the current day. Membership currently costs £11 per year (or £8.50 if you are under 18 or over 65), for which you receive a quarterly journal and purchase Society publications at reduced prices. An email chat group encourages discussion between members.<br /> <br /> FOLLOW THE LINKS BELOW TO ACCESS HIGHLAND RAILWAY SOCIETY MATERIAL