Corrour Station Appeal

As part of a research project I am attempting to make contact with former station masters (or relatives/descendants of former station masters) who worked at Corrour Station on the West Highland Line.
The station – initially a private halt for the Corrour Estate – opened in 1894 and was manned up until 1988.
All information gratefully received.

C1. Corrour Station, gateway to Rannoch Moor  - James Carron


Glorious Good Friday on Rannoch Moor

I could not resist the lure of Rannoch Moor once again and, setting off to walk the Road to the Isles from Corrour Station to Rannoch Station, I was rewarded with an excellent day, dry with hazy sunshine and a cooling breeze. After driving to Rannoch Station, I boarded the 11.08am train for the short journey north to Corrour. The carriages were packed with walkers, the majority of whom spilled out on to the platform when we arrived at Corrour. Read more…