File:The old railway line to Dornoch.jpg

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Description Dornoch had a branch off the Highland line until the 1960s. It ran from the Mound on the north side of Loch Fleet, over a bridge and then along the south side of the loch until turning south at Skelbo and heading into Dornoch. The dark green line through this field is the path of the railway
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Source The old railway line to Dornoch
Author John Haslam from Dornoch, Scotland
Camera location57° 55′ 54.16″ N, 4° 02′ 25.11″ W Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMapinfo

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