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British Railway Journeys:  West Coast Of Scotland
  • Description

    On this magnificent train journey there is plenty to see, with mighty mountains, shimmering lochs and miles of majestic coastline. We start our journey in Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow and a visit to the Museum of transport where all the major Scottish railway companies are represented. From Glasgow our journey takes us north into the Highlands and we go through a number of small stations before we reach Crainlarich where the line divides, one going to Oban and the other to Fort William and Mallaig. We continue our journey through the glens and across desolate Rannoch Moor to Ronnoch Station. From here the line climbs to its summit at 1350ft before it starts its descent to Spean Bridge and finally Fort William. At Fort William we have a stop and visit the town, the diesel and electric loco depot and Inverlochy Castle. Leaving Fort William we head to Mallaig via Corpach on the Caledonian Canal and Glenfinnan with its monument to Bonnie Prince Charlie and spectacular arched railway viaduct. The line now runs down past peat moors to the Atlantic and the terminus at Mallaig. From here we return to Fort William to explore the line to Oban, the gateway to the islands.

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    E
    Actor:
    Robert Symes (Narrator)
    Region:
    2
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    Demand DVD
    Series:
    British Railway Journeys

British Railway Journeys: West Coast Of Scotland

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  • Description

    On this magnificent train journey there is plenty to see, with mighty mountains, shimmering lochs and miles of majestic coastline. We start our journey in Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow and a visit to the Museum of transport where all the major Scottish railway companies are represented. From Glasgow our journey takes us north into the Highlands and we go through a number of small stations before we reach Crainlarich where the line divides, one going to Oban and the other to Fort William and Mallaig. We continue our journey through the glens and across desolate Rannoch Moor to Ronnoch Station. From here the line climbs to its summit at 1350ft before it starts its descent to Spean Bridge and finally Fort William. At Fort William we have a stop and visit the town, the diesel and electric loco depot and Inverlochy Castle. Leaving Fort William we head to Mallaig via Corpach on the Caledonian Canal and Glenfinnan with its monument to Bonnie Prince Charlie and spectacular arched railway viaduct. The line now runs down past peat moors to the Atlantic and the terminus at Mallaig. From here we return to Fort William to explore the line to Oban, the gateway to the islands.

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    E
    Actor:
    Robert Symes (Narrator)
    Region:
    2
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    Demand DVD
    Series:
    British Railway Journeys

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british railway journeys:west coast of scotland

While the British Railway Journeys: West Coast Of Scotland DVD is interesting, the filming itself, picture and sound quality is poor. It could be a lot better.

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