Heritage Railway

After 135 years: a railway that spans the Great Glen!

CHANNEL 4 has succeeded where Victorian entrepreneurs and engineers failed: to build a railway the complete length of Scotland’s Great Glen.

In 1883, a scheme to build a line from Glasgow via Loch Lomondside and Glencoe to Fort William and Inverness was proposed under the banner of the Glasgow & North Western Railway.

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