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Brora Railway Station (Former)

Date 26 June 2001

Event ID 896906

Category Management

Type Site Management

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/event/896906

Single storey, 6-bay, shallow U-plan station building. Tooled rubble, tooled and polished ashlar dressings. Advanced and gabled outer bays to platform frontage linked by valenced canopy supported by fluted and bracketted cast-iron columns. Outer gabled bays each with mullioned and transomed window under shaped hoodmould enclosing monogram or datestone. Transomed windows and tripartites to rear elevation; varied glazing. Pronounced skewputts; coped wallhead and ridge stacks; slate roofs with decorative red pottery ridges. Footbridge; probably also 1895; standard Highland Railway cast-iron footbridge spanning railway track; lattice balustrade. (Historic Scotland)

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