Timber stakes a new claim on Scottish rails
The concerted return of timber by rail in Scotland has taken further root. Approval has been granted from a local authority to establish a new terminal in the north of the country. The modest facility will operate from a line side installation near the remote station at Altnabreac on the Far North Line – the single track ribbon which connects the principal settlement of Inverness with the towns of Thurso and Wick.
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