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TITLE
'Tattie Special' leaving Fortrose
EXTERNAL ID
PC_JOHN_MACKENZIE_03
PLACENAME
Fortrose
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ROSS: Rosemarkie
SOURCE
John Mackenzie
ASSET ID
29162
KEYWORDS
trains
steam trains
locomotives
'Tattie Special' leaving Fortrose

This photograph shows a special train of potatoes leaving Fortrose Station on the Black Isle. The potatoes are being delivered to Muir of Ord.

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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'Tattie Special' leaving Fortrose

ROSS: Rosemarkie

trains; steam trains; locomotives;

John Mackenzie

This photograph shows a special train of potatoes leaving Fortrose Station on the Black Isle. The potatoes are being delivered to Muir of Ord.<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.