Moray model railway group


Page 1 - General railway stock referance photographs - Page 2 disused railways

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Old GNSR station Elgin
Booking hall GNSR station
Booking hall GNSR station
Booking hall GNSR station

     
Old GNSR station platforms
Elgin Yard
Old Elgin yard box
Elgin new staion

     
New Elgin Station
Old Kinloss station now a
private house
Forres Box
Pill box at burn bridge Forres

     
Kingussie station
Kingussie Station south view
Kingussie station north view
Kingussie old HR buildings

     
Kingussie station platform looking north
Kingussie station looking south with old siding points & shunt
Old Newtonmore station with disused platform in foreground
Newtonmore station now holiday
home

     
Dalwhinnie unmaned station
Dalwhinnie station looking south, note design of signal on LHS
Through line at old Tomatin station. Disused box built on old platform
Still in use a siding at Tomatin station

     
Alves station looking towards Inverness, now a private house.
The Burghead branch line slowly disappearing
The Burghead branch line passing Roseilse distillery
The line going under a road bridge

     
The Burghead branch looking towards Burghead
Boat Garten station, part of the Speyside railway
Caledonian Railway station
Brechin
Montrose station South box

     
Dingwall station
Dingwall station looking north from footbridge
Dingwall looking south
Dingwall station canopy

     
The new Keith Station 2009
Keith station box east
Old building in Keith yard
Keith & Dufftown Railway,
Keith Town station

     
Bridge of Dun station
Bridge of Dun station
Bridge of Dun station
Sign at Dun station.
Don't we all

         
The Tomatin viaduct on the
Inverness to Perth line
The river Findhorn viaduct
Inverness to Perth line
   

     
Brora station, closed & boarded up
a little sad when you look at
the picture in the information board
it looks like a busy station once.
The goods shed still looks in good condition for its age and the shunt hasn't been used in years with the buffer overgrown.

     
Golspie station, a little different
in build & design, now private houses. Built 1868.
I always thought SR ment Southern Railways. This one would suggest
Sutherland Railways after the Duke.
General view of Golspie station
which show the remains of the other
up platform.
The old Golspie goods shed still in
pretty good shape.