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The Keith and Dufftown railway is one of the most Northerly preserved railways in the country, and one of the longest and most scenic.
With over 10 miles of line your journey takes you from Dufftown station, past the Glenfiddich distillery and over...more
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Did the full return trip. This is not a steam engine but an old diesel with rolling stock to match. Because it was a special weekend there was a ‘dram’ for each passenger in both directions and as my wife doesn’t drink I was very...More
We did not get a chance to take a trip but Keith Town station is a lovely station of old buildings like you were back in the 50's with real character, there were no trains present but it looked excellent, will make sure we take...More
I do like railways. I looked in here to take a few photos. The station-master was visiting during her school-run. I had an impromptu tour and she opened the shop. I bought a couple of 'totems' and she gave me a Whiskey Line book. Not...More
I started from Keith on a very sunny day and enjoyed the 40 minute journey through the countryside to Dufftown. There is no commentary, but there is an information sheet which is very accurate and points out all the things to look out for, including...More
We took the return journey during the Dufftown autumn whisky festival, which meant that we got a free dram each way - great bonus!
The train itself is a real treat with its vintage touches, it feels like going back in time. The journey is...More
Lovely experience- the old style train was atmospheric with full sound effects.
Railway run by volunteers and enthusiasts and this really came through- plenty of information on the train.
Toilets and cafe at Dufftown.
Beautiful country to travel through.
We boarded the Spirit of Speyside train at Dufftown, the journey taking about 40 minutes passing by the beautiful Loch Park, Drummuir, Towiemuir and Auchindachy to arrive at Keith. In addition to this the train travelled past Glenfiddich Distillery, we also saw a little bit...More
This historic little tourist train takes you on a 25 to 30 mph eleven mile ride through the lovely Scottish countryside, past several derelict stills, large active stills and several abandoned stations. There is one brief stop at a picnic or trailhead area. A treat...More
The station at Dufftown could be missed, but don't miss it. What a great little railway. Car park at Dufftown is large nice and easy to park. The staff are really helpful ... The train is a rail but but great for this trip. The...More