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Cromarty and Dingwall Light Railway

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Cromarty and Dingwall Light Railway

This light railway was partly built but never opened. The route was to have run from Conon to Cromarty.

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Inerness and Ross-shire Railway Clickable map of the Cromarty and Dingwall Light Railway

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This line was to run across farmland in the Black Isle.

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It was intended to run from Conon to Cromarty. Only Six miles of track were laid leaving Cromarty. Conon was a station on the former Inverness and Ross-shire Railway.

There were to be stations at Cromarty, Newhall, Drumcudden, Culbokie, Alcraig and a junction with the main line at Conon Bridge.


Page created on 04/09/1997
Page last edited on: 07/09/2011
Contact: Ewan Crawford