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TITLE
No. 23 on a train in the platform at Fortrose
EXTERNAL ID
PC_HRS_STATIONS_001_582
PLACENAME
Fortrose
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ROSS: Rosemarkie
CREATOR
A G Ellis
SOURCE
Highland Railway Society
ASSET ID
27298
KEYWORDS
Highland Railway
HR
railways
No. 23 on a train in the platform at Fortrose

A view of Fortrose from the hill above An 0-6-0T, no. 23, is on a train in the platform.

These 0-6-0Ts, the 'Scrap Tanks', were designed primarily for shunting duties. No. 23 was built December 1903 and withdrawn December 1932.

Fortrose station opened on 1 February 1894 and was the terminus of the 22 km Black Isle Line from Muir of Ord. It closed to passengers on 1 October 1951 and to goods services on 13 June 1960.

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No. 23 on a train in the platform at Fortrose

ROSS: Rosemarkie

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Highland Railway Society

Highland Railway Society - Stations

A view of Fortrose from the hill above An 0-6-0T, no. 23, is on a train in the platform. <br /> <br /> These 0-6-0Ts, the 'Scrap Tanks', were designed primarily for shunting duties. No. 23 was built December 1903 and withdrawn December 1932.<br /> <br /> Fortrose station opened on 1 February 1894 and was the terminus of the 22 km Black Isle Line from Muir of Ord. It closed to passengers on 1 October 1951 and to goods services on 13 June 1960.