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Architecture Notes

Event ID 779570

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Architecture Notes


NC90SW 11.00 9064 0413

This railway station was built in 1895 for the Highland Railway and consists of a two-platformed through station, with main building on down platform. This comprises a single-storeyed grey sandstone 'U'-plan building with a slate roof, an awning filling the 'U'-shaped area. There is also a wooden goods shed just to the NW of the station (NC90SW 11.01) and a lattice-girder steel footbridge on the N side of the station building.

Visited by RCAHMS (MKO), 23 June 1997.

JR Hume, 1977.

Also: NC90SW 11.01 9064 0417 Brora Station, Goods Shed

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