Jacobite Steam Train
The Jacobite Steam Train takes us along a section of the West Highland Line, which stretches from Glasgow to Mallaig. The service began operating in 1984 as a tourist attraction taking passengers through some of the most stunning mountain scenery in the UK. Our journey takes us from the town of Fort William along the shores of Loch Linnhe to Glenfinnan, the most scenic and dramatic section of the line, as the train crosses the 21 arches of the Glenfinnan Viaduct.
We continue leaving Glenfinnan, the landscape opens up and we catch our first glimpse of the sea and the small islands close to the shore. We travel across Gleann Mama and the Borrowdale Viaduct passing the small towns of Morar and Arisaig before reaching the fishing town of Mallaig.