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Fortrose Station

Picture added on 24 May 2005
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Fortrose Railway Station
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We used to put old ha'pennys on the line to be flattened by the trains.
Added by John Corall on 26 September 2005
My grandfather James Riach was stationmaster at Fortrose before the 2nd World War before he moved to Kyle of Lochalsh. Previously he had been station master at Avoch for a long time. My father, also Jim Riach was also a stationmaster at Achnashellach - Kincraig and Fearn.
Added by Jim Riach on 10 January 2008
Excellent picture. Brings back some memories in my earlier days of trainspotting.
Added by Derek Grant Holder on 28 October 2009
This is the railway station that No. 6 Coy Canadian Forestry Corps arrived at from Gournock at 2200 hrs 1 March 1941 on their way to the Fletcher Estate at Bog 0 Shannon near Avoch Source War Diaries No. 6 Coy CFC
Added by Robert J Briggs researcher of CFC on 25 August 2013
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