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- Date Added
- Local Authority
- Planning Authority
- NG 81214 33237
- 181214, 833237
Opened 1897 by the Highland Railway. Short single mass-concrete-faced platform with wooden fence. Small hexagonal vertically-boarded shelter off-platform, with pyramidal slated roof and 2-layer ornamental valancing. Inappropriate uPVC guttering. Cast and wrought-iron bracket for oil lamp. Segmental-arched rubble over-bridge at east end of station with rock-faced voussoirs and ashlar cope and string course at carriageway level.
Statement of Special Interest
Built to serve Duncraig Castle, seat of Sir Alexander Matheson, of the Hong Kong mercantile family. The castle was bequeathed to Ross and Cromarty County Council, and converted to a catering college after the Second World War. The castle was disused in February 1997. The halt is on the railway from Stromeferry to Kyle of Lochalsh, builtbetween 1893 and 1897.
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