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This is quite a small museum, but packed with information about the construction of the railway and viaduct. Several child-friendly panels with basic facts at a low level for reading. You can use the old ticket machine to obtain a 1d (penny) platform ticket, the...More
The museum is very interesting the station masters room is full of wonderful railwayana and they opened the signal box especially for us. The staff were very friendly and helpful. A very enjoyable visit.
This was probably my favourite place during our 3 week tour of Scotland. The museum is small, but very interesting and it is a donation entry. The gift shop is very well stocked and has some brilliant keepsakes including LNER posters, magnets, books, children's souvenirs,...More
This tiny museum was right at the Glenfinnan station. We took the Jacobite train and visited during the 30 minute stop here. You could buy postcards and few souvenirs here plus see how the station was run in the olden days.
This museum was a little out of our way but well worth the journey for a signal enthusiast - lots going on here from the signal box to mechanical signalling and token/tablet machines in what appears to be their original position inside the station. A...More
It is only a small museum but it has a very interesting exhibition telling the story of the viaduct. There is an old fasioned ticket machine and a token machine. At the entrance there is a small shop. They also have maps to do various...More
We visited here after using the old station buffet car cafe and were given free tickets as patrons.
Museum is quirky and tells the story of how the nearby viaduct was built, amongst other things. Well worth a visit.