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Lines of the West Highlands (Paperback)

Transport > Trains & Railways World History > UK & Ireland > Scotland

By Ian Lothian
Imprint: Key Publishing
Series: Britain's Railways
Pages: 96
ISBN: 9781802823509
Published: 13th January 2023



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Illustrated with 180 photographs, this book looks at the much-loved West Highland line, which runs from Glasgow to Fort William, along with the Mallaig Extension from Fort William to Mallaig and the Oban line divergence at Crianlarich. The variety of transport covered includes scheduled services, railtours, seasonal steam and the recently introduced Highland Explorer Class 153s, which have been specially rebuilt at Kilmarnock to cater for cyclists and passengers with bulky luggage.

"This volume gives a good overview of the modern railway scene in the West Highlands."

The Railway Correspondence and Travel Society, The Railway Observer - December 2023, Volume 93

About Ian Lothian

Ian has had railway photographs published in magazines and publications in the UK, Canada, the USA, various European countries, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. In 2003, he won the inaugural Photographer of the Year competition organised by Railways Illustrated magazine, one highlight of which was being asked to name Freightliner Heavy Haul's 66618 at the National Railway Museum at York.

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