Glenfinnan Station on the Iron Road to the Isles is a picturesque and tranquil heritage site celebrating the life and work of earlier generations on the West Highland Line.
Still a working railway station, the site offers a unique and hands-on introduction to West Highland railway heritage. The indoor exhibition provides interesting facts and stories about the spectacular Glenfinnan Viaduct and life on the West Highland, while the outdoor exhibits tell the story of a rural Scottish railway station over the last century.
The Glenfinnan Station Museum is located in the station building, on the Down platform. The museum's exhibits focus on the construction, impact and operation of the Mallaig Extension Railway in the late 19th century. The restored booking office includes the original tablet instruments and, again since early 2012, various artefacts specific to the local area. There is also a changing exhibition of railway photography and a gift shop. The museum is open seasonally.
Location: Glenfinnan Station, Glenfinnan
Postcode: PH37 4LT