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Dornoch Light Railway.

Barry C. Turner

Dornoch Light Railway.

by Barry C. Turner

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Published by B.C. Turner .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination28p. ;
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15349074M
ISBN 100951335804

The Killin Railway was a locally promoted railway line built to connect the town of Killin to the Callander and Oban Railway main line nearby. It opened in , and carried tourist traffic for steamers on Loch Tay as well as local business. The directors and the majority of the shareholders were local people, and the little company retained its independence until No, there is no direct bus from Dornoch to Grimsby. However, there are services departing from Dornoch, Cathedral Square and arriving at Grimsby, Abbey Walk via Inverness, Bus Station, Edinburgh, Bus Station, Leeds City Centre, Bus Stn and York, St George's Field Coach Park. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 16h 14m.

the Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway Company ; the Cockermouth Keswick and Penrith Railway Company ; the Dearne Valley Railway Company ; the Dornoch Light Railway Company ; the Dundee and Newtyle Railway Company ; the Harborne Railway Company ; the Killin Railway Company ; the Lanarkshire and Ayrshire Railway Company ; the Knott End. Yet this little loco, aided occasionally by others, served Dornoch Light Railway under three masters - Highland Railway Company, LMS and finally British Railways - for over half a century, until only three years before the picturesque line's closure in

The East & West India Docks & Birmingham Junction Railway was incorporated by Act of Parliament on 26 August It was empowered to construct a railway from the district of Poplar and the docks to Camden Town in north London. [1] The railway's headquarters and locomotive works were initially located in Bow.. At first, it ran trains from Bow Junction on the London and Blackwall Railway (L&BR. Store-Deeside Books Visit. Sort by. Search This Store Search. View. David M. Hird. A Light in the Wilderness $ View. Turner, Barry C. Dornoch Light Railway: History of a Highland Railway Branch Line $ View. Summers, David W. Fishing off the Knuckle: The Fishing Villages of Buchan. $ View. The Dingwall and Ben Wyvis Railway $


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The Dornoch Light Railway. Dornoch Light Railway DVD produced inapproximate running time 90 minutes. The content includes: A History - running time 33 minutes - why and how the branch line was built - Memories - running time 18 minutes - recollections of those who worked and travelled on the line and From Above - running time 23 minutes - the route of the line today, from Dornoch to the.

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Turner. The current (May) issue of 'Railway Bylines' has an article on the Dornoch Light Railway. Although I have not seen it, Historylinks Museum in Dornoch produced a 90 minute DVD about the Dornoch Light Railway.

The oldest record of golf in Dornoch is Legendary golf course designer Donald Ross began his career as a greenkeeper on the Royal Dornoch links.

In a group of Dornoch businessmen opened the Dornoch Light Railway, a branch line which connected to the main Highland Railway some 7 miles away at the Mound. Buy Dornoch Light Railway: History of a Highland Railway Branch Line "Dornoch Light Railway" by Turner, Barry C.

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The Dornoch Light Railway. book Light Railway was a branch railway in Scotland that ran from The Mound on the Far North Line to Dornoch, the county town of Sutherland.

It opened inhaving been heavily subsidised by the fourth Duke of Sutherland. It was worked by the Highland Railway. Although it provided a useful link, the journey to Inverness was circuitous, and the development of road services for goods.

The Dornoch Light Railway. 14"x12" inch Frame and mount made in the UK 14x12 inch (x mm) frame with high quality print (other products available) - The Dornoch Light Railway, Cambusavie (Embo), Dornoch, Sutherland, Scotland pins. Buy Dornoch Light Railway: History of a Highland Railway Branch Line by Barry C.

Turner online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at. Shop now. The Dornoch Light Railway became her home until withdrawal in June Former Highland Railway, Drummond design ed 0P class T no. of vintage in Dornoch station yard. was well known as the Dornoch branch engine duing the 's and would be withdrawn at 60C Helmsdale in January The Highland Railway Scotland – The Duke of Sutherland Railway Helmsdale Loth Brora Dunrobin Castle Golspie – Dunrobin Castle Steam Locomotives – FAR NORTH LINE – DORNOCH LIGHT RAILWAY – HM Queen Elizabeth II “Head of State” George 5th Duke of Sutherland Probate Estate “Sealed Records” – BALMORAL CASTLE BALLATER ROYAL DEESIDE – GORDON CASTLE.

Dedicated to the history of Dornoch parish, current displays include a golf professional’s workshop where Donald Ross honed his skills, Carnegie at home at Skibo, the shameful burning of Scotland’s last condemned witch and the impact of the Picts and the Vikings.

Films include Sutherland in and the Dornoch Light Railway. In particular, there are a number of displays dedicated to the development of the local Royal Dornoch Golf Club. Many other notable exhibits include a local jeweller and watchmaker’s tools and workbench, artefacts from the Dornoch Light Railway, a selection of local marksman Robert Mackay’s trophies, a crofting display, a geological section.

To serve the county town of Dornoch a 7 3 ⁄ 4-mile ( km) Light Railway was built from The Mound by an independent company and operated by the Highland Railway, services starting on 2 June Another Light Railway, approved inran 13 3 ⁄ 4 miles ( km) south from Wick to Lybster, was supported by a Treasury grant of £25, Dornoch Light Railway: Photograph of Dornoch Railway Station flooded: Photograph of Dornoch Railway Station flooded: Tom Fraser: Invitation to opening of Station Hotel: Programme for opening of Dornoch Light Railway: Programme for cutting of first sod for Dornoch Light Railway.

Track Plans of the HR,Dornoch Press West Highland Railway, John Thomas and A J S Paterson, 3rd edition, D&C West Highland Mallaig Extension, Tom Noble Wick and Thurso, Coming of the Railway to, (photocopy) Wick & Lybster Light Railway Magazines An Doris, Nos.

Backtrack: 1/93 (LMS in Scotland), 5/95 – 1/00, 2/ Location type Station Name and dates The Mound () Opened on the Sutherland Railway.

Opened on the Dornoch Light Railway. Description. This was a two platform junction station - one platform on the main Far North Line (with a loop on its north side) opened in and a branch platform of (also with a loop, on its south side), located just to the south, on the closed Dornoch branch.

The Dornoch Light Railway: history of a Highland branch line. [Barry C Turner] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create. The railways of Sutherland [Wilfrid F. Simms] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Fascinating survey of the public and private railways of Sutherland (UK), including the Duke of Sutherland's Railway. Dornoch light railway, Dornoch Primary School, Furness Postcard Collection - Golf course Dornoch.

Historylinks building, Dornoch, Railways of Sutherland, Freedom ceremony late s, Clothing coupon book /48, Pupils in front of Dornoch Academy. There are several unique films including Highland in and The Dornoch Light Railway.

There is much to involve children with puzzles, quizzes and dressing up. Starting from the Historylinks Museum there is a trail that leads gently through 16 sites of particular historical interest with accompanying guide maps and booklets.Dornoch used to be connected to the main railway network at The Mound via a light railway.

The railway was opened on 2 June Stations on the line were Dornoch, Embo, Skelbo, Cambusavie Halt and The Mound Junction. The stations were shut on 13 June - Explore Steve Miley's board "Dornoch, Scotland" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Dornoch, Scotland, Scotland castles pins.