For several years, a 7 ¼" gauge miniature railway has been under construction in the woodland below Glenfinnan Station. All track has now been laid, and it is time to form a model club to maintain, develop and operate this 200-metre railway line beside the Viaduct Trail, as well as other model ...
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West Highland Community Rail Partnership nominated Friends of Glenfinnan Station for the UK-wide Community Rail Network’s Small Projects Award. This category is for projects that cost less than £500, excl. volunteer hours.  Judges were looking for projects that deliver great value for money and ...
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The Friends of Glenfinnan Station AGM will be held on Saturday 11th March 2023 at 1.00pm - Glenfinnan dining car.Please let us know in advance if you are attending by either by email ([email protected]) or telephone (01397 722295) ...
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‘Building the Mallaig Railway – a photographer’s story’Published by Glenfinnan Station Museum.In 2017 the museum stumbled upon a large collection of undiscovered photos from the building of the Mallaig Extension.  Since then, our curator, Hege, has been writing up the story they reve ...
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Fort William Rail Trail

The museum web site is hosting a self-guided walking trail around the old railway sites of Fort William.The West Highland Railway opened between Craigendoran (near Helensburgh) and Fort William on the 7th August 1894 and the grand opening ceremony was held the following Saturday (the 11th). The orig ...
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 Every February, the Heritage Railway Association holds an Awards Dinner at which members that have performed particularly well over the year are recognised by both the HRA and Editors of the four leading railway magazines.This year, the awards ceremony was held at the Burlington Hotel in Birmi ...
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Through the generosity of Network Rail and Telent Technology Services, a pair of redundant Cab Display Units and other redundant RETB equipment have been donated to Glenfinnan Station Museum.The Radio Electronic Token Block system was introduced in the late 1980's to signal the vast majority of trai ...
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The Museum’s latest acquisition is a 180x 75 cm blue & white enamel Railway Stores sign, donated by Dr. Chris Robinson, a former Museum trustee. It had been found lying face down on the floor of an old barn in Lochailort.The sign used to adorn the store in the navvies’ Kinlochailort encampment, ...
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That is right, Glenfinnan Station Museum is now on facebook. You can now 'Like' us just by visiting this link: Facebook ...
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Welcome to the Glenfinnan Station Museum's new website and blog. This is where we will be bringing you the latest news and events. So keep checking back.   ...
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Glenfinnan Station on the Iron Road to the Isles is a picturesque and tranquil heritage site

- Bringing you facts and stories about the spectacular Glenfinnan Viaduct and life on the West Highland