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The Kyle Line

Originating in the historic market town of Dingwall in the Scottish Highlands, the single track Kyle of Lochalsh Railway Line was begun in 1870 and took twenty-seven years to complete. A magnificent feat of engineering, the Kyle Line required the manual construction of twenty-nine separate bridges and the creation of cuttings through thirty-one sections of solid rock in order to traverse its mountainous setting.

Although neither privately owned nor a preserved heritage railway, the Kyle Line is an important and highly popular attraction for Highland visitors as its route passes among some of Scotland's most dramatic and spectacular natural landscapes.

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