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Lentran Station from the north end, c 1930

Lentran Station from the north end, c 1930

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LOCATION: Lentran
PERIOD: 1930s
DISTRICT: Aird
OLD COUNTY/PARISH: INVERNESS:Kirkhill
CONTRIBUTOR: Highland Railway Society
COLLECTION NAME: Highland Railway Society - Stations
IMAGE CREATED: c1930
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A view of Lentran Station from the north end, taken circa 1930.

Lentran Station, on the Far North Line, was opened by the Inverness and Ross-shire Railway in June 1862. It stopped receiving passenger services in June 1960 and goods services in September 1964.



IDENTIFIER: PC_HRS_STATIONS_001_1029

Find out more about the Highland Railway Society

Browse Highland Railway Society publications including Lost Stations on the Far North Line (2010)



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