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TITLE
Black Isle Railway branch train, Muir of Ord
EXTERNAL ID
PC_JOHN_MACKENZIE_02
PLACENAME
Muir of Ord
DISTRICT
Muir of Ord
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ROSS: Urray
PERIOD
1930s
SOURCE
John Mackenzie
ASSET ID
29161
KEYWORDS
trains
steam trains
locomotives
Black Isle Railway branch train, Muir of Ord

This photograph shows the Black Isle branch train in the dock platform at Muir of Ord. Fireman Jack MacKenzie is filling up the cylinder lubricators on the Skye Bogie.

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.

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Black Isle Railway branch train, Muir of Ord

ROSS: Urray

1930s

trains; steam trains; locomotives;

John Mackenzie

This photograph shows the Black Isle branch train in the dock platform at Muir of Ord. Fireman Jack MacKenzie is filling up the cylinder lubricators on the Skye Bogie.<br /> <br /> 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.