Wick and Lybster Railway

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Wick and Lybster Railway
Stations (north to south)
Stations in bold are still open
Wick
Thrumster
Welsh's Crossing Halt
Ulbster
Mid Clyth
Roster Road Halt
Occumster
Parkside Halt
Lybster

The Wick and Lybster Railway was a light railway worked by, and later absorbed by the Highland Railway in Caithness, Scotland following a coastal route south from Wick to Lybster. It was built under the Light Railways Act 1896.

History

The line was absorbed by the Highland Railway in 1903, which in turn became part of the LMS in 1923. It closed after a short life in 1944.

References

RAILSCOT on Wick and Lybster Railway

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