Tuesday, 2 April 2013

Scottish Railway Stations

Edinburgh Waverley station, now a much brighter place thanks to the new roof glazing 
Another view of Waverley.
Glasgow Central
Central station is quite roomy, though different at peak times!
Seems strange to see the West Cornish Pasty Company at Glasgow Central! Are they delivered fresh every day? 
A short walk from Glasgow Central is Glasgow Queen Street station.
You can head to the west (Oban, Mallaig etc) or north of Scotland (Stirling, Perth, Inverness etc.) from here.
Another view of Queen Street.
Dingwall is the first major station heading north out of Inverness
Dingwall station looking from the foot bridge. Just north of here, the lines split, one going to the Kyle of Lochalsh and the other to the Thurso and Wick. 
Although there was no one around at this time, the tea room was indeed open.
The next train due was for Thurso and Wick.
Inverness station.
Trains to Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Kyle of Lochalsh and Wick. 

A neat and tidy Inverness station.

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