Glasgow to Fort William Highland train route
This railroad works from Craigendoran (near Glasgow) to Fort William. The line had a branch to Banavie Pier.
There are at leasr three traveler trains in each course every single day and a sleeper train to London. The line is also ready to accept freight into the Alumium smelter at Fort William and freight may return to the former papermill at Corpach.
The range can also be referred to as "The western Highland line".
The western Highland line limbs from the former Glasgow, Dumbarton and Helensburgh Railway at Craigendoran. There's a loop supplied here in the western Highland course. Additionally at this point the Helensburgh Railway falls from double track to single.
There have been high-level systems for West Highland path at Craigendoran section.
This area platform place previously had a moving loop, but today it really is single-track. The cycle ended up being lengthened inside Second World War. The first place building right here is demolished but a shelter was supplied.
This station was strange for the western Highland having two systems. It is closed today but the two concrete platforms remain in place with the now single track slewed between them.
The Military Port No 1 railroad kept the western Highland right here and went down to Faslane in which a sizable army harbour ended up being set up, combined with the branch, into the 2nd World War. The branch stayed being used after the war for the scrapping for vessels but ended up being raised in the 1980s.
This area platform station happens to be closed therefore the line singled. The station ended up being a normal West Highland style place. The stationmaster's household remains and previous widening of trackbed is obvious.
This was a system built for the Faslane Military Port. It absolutely was just one system offered by a siding and it is today shut. (Note - the station may be away from series in the near order of locations along the line.)
This island platform place continues to be available. The initial place building, signalbox and a parcels building stay standing. You have the gap of an old turntable right here.
This was a single platform station developed to provide Portincaple. It had been built to a non standard design when it comes to line and no trace today remains except some fencing.
This place is available. The first place building has-been demolished but a tiny refuge, inside form of a West Highland signalbox happens to be built. The first signalbox in addition stays. You will find sidings here, sometime used for wood running.
Arrochar and Tarbet
This section, moving loop and sidings had been built in 1945 associated with the building associated with Loch Sloy Hydroscheme. The section, loop and sidings are now closed.
This section is open. The original section building happens to be demolished the signalbox stays in use as a waiting room. The cycle the following is nonetheless positioned around the island platform plus some sidings, utilized for permanent way trains, remain.