Scotland has a lot of old railways that have been re-invented as steam railways and heritage railways run by enthusiasts. Here is a run-down of some of these Scottish Railways.
Jacobite Steam Train
This is a steam train that runs from Fort William to Mallaig through some of the most dramatic scenery in the Highlands of Scotland. It is also known as the Harry Potter line.
On a section of Railway between Aviemore and Nethybridge lies the Strathspey Railway. This steam railway is an excellent trip with views of the Cairngorms.
The Caledonian Railway
Operating between Brechin and a station called Bridge of Dun, this railway seems to have lots of out-of-the-ordinary days such as Thomas the Tank engine days etc.
The Keith & Dufftown Railway
This heritage railway links the towns of Keith and Dufftown in Malt Whisky country.
Alford Valley Railway
This is Scotland’s first narrow gauge 2 ft railway and runs in the village of Alford in the north-east.
Bo’ness and Kinneil Railway
Central Scotland’s Steam Railway runs along the Firth of Forth by the Bo’ness shore.
Leadhills and Wanlockhead Railway
Narrow gauge diesel by the village of Leadhills.
The Isle of Mull Railway
A railway running for 2km on the Isle of Mull