Keith and Dufftown Railway

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Visit the most northerly heritage railway in Scotland. Feast your eyes on some of the most picturesque scenery as you travel.

The trip is a railway photographers and whisky enthusiasts dream come true and those with keen sight may see a variety of wildlife including deer, wildfowl, birds of prey and other creatures.

The Keith and Dufftown Railway was first opened in 1862 but was closed by British Rail in 1991. In 2000 the Keith and Dufftown Railway Association began operating trains from Dufftown as far as Drummuir with Keith being reached the following year.

So, sit back and enjoy the 11 mile journey along the Whisky Line through the pine forests, water meadows and beautiful scenery, past castles, distilleries and a tranquil loch.

Opening Hours

Trains run every weekend from Easter to October

Address

Keith Town Station

Church Road

Keith

AB55 5BR