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Conon Bridge Railway Station


(Drochaid Sguideil)

Conon Bridge Railway Station (Gael: Drochaid Sguideil) is located in low-lying land between the River Conon and Conon Bridge and a mile (1.5 km) south of Maryburgh in Highland. Situated on the Highland Railway, a station opened here in 1862 but closed in 1960, a victim of the Beeching rationalisation of the railway system. However the station was reinstated in 2013 and is now used by around 15,000 passengers per annum (2016). This is operated by ScotRail and is unstaffed, with a solitary platform serving the single-track line. A simple shelter is provided for passengers. Conon Bridge is preceded by Dingwall Railway Station, 2½ miles (4 km) to the north northeast, and followed by Muir of Ord, 3 miles (5 km) to the south southwest.


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