The returning Jacobite steam-train from Mallaig to Fort William has passed the famous Glenfinnan Viaduct
The returning Jacobite steam-train from Mallaig to Fort William seen here passing Loch Eilt
The Jacobite steam-train is running from Fort William to Mallaig seen here near Arisaig
The Jacobite steam-train is running from Fort William to Mallaig
With the engineer peering through the window at the platform ahead, The Jacobite pulls in for a quick station stop at Arisaig. The station was open at 1901, and when the line went to an electronic... (more)
45157 rolls west towards the coast though the remote highlands passing this frequently photographed church.
After struggling a bit to gain her footing, 45157 accelerates her 6 coaches up grade out of the Glenfinnan station stop with a clean stack.
Just minutes after an on time departure from Fort William, the second Jacobite of the day is already making good time crossing the River Lochy.
Black 5 45407 "The Lancashire Fusilier" (which for 2018 has been disguised as 45157 "The Glasgow Highlander") stomps through the station at the village of Morar without stoppin... (more)