Timber triumphantly returns to Scottish railways after eleven-year break
Trails have successfully begun to move timber by rail in Scotland for the first time in over a decade. The southbound flow originates at Georgemas Junction, and has potential to breathe new life into Scotland’s Far North Line, and on sparsely populated lines elsewhere. The first train ran this week, carrying a consignment from the small terminal to Inverness, a distance of just under 150 miles (240 kilometres).
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