Strathspey Steam Railway
The Strathspey Railway is Scotland's "Steam Railway in the Highlands". Join us for a nostalgic trip and savour the sights, and, yes even the smells of a bygone age. Travel 3rd class, or treat yourself by travelling 1st class.
Services begin on March 28th, running every Thursday, Friday and at weekends in April, May and October. Services run Wednesday to Sunday in June and September, and 7 days a week in July and August.
The Railway offers a twenty mile round trip between the stations at Aviemore, Boat of Garten and Broomhill which is near the villages of Nethybridge and Dulnain Bridge and only 3½ miles from Grantown on Spey. Broomhill station features as "Glenbogle" in the BBC Series "Monarch of The Glen."
The round trip takes approximately ninety minutes. Shorter trips are possible, of course, between Aviemore and Boat of Garten or Boat of Garten and Broomhill for example. Cycles, and dogs for that matter, are carried for only £1.00 on the trains provided that you are also travelling.Join us for Lunch on the train on the "Strathspey Clansman", available every Sunday between 29th March and 25th October, and every Friday between 5th June and 25th September.You could also treat yourself to an evening dining in style on the "Strathspey Highlander", available every Wednesday between 3rd June and 26th August and every Friday between 5th June and 28th August.General Information:
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Accessible from Grampian Road by footbridge from Platform 1 of the station. Car Parking for Strathspey trains (Free)off Dalfaber Road - turn off B970 the road to Coylumbridge.
Boat of Garten Station:
The station is in the centre of the village. Follow signs for car park (Free) in station yard.
The station is on minor road linking A95 (3.5 miles south of Grantown on Spey) to B970 in Nethybridge.
Strathspey Steam Railway Postcode for SatNav: PH22 1PY