Scottish Scenes - Railway Trip
1. The train from Edinburgh to Inverness
The Scott Monument above Edinburgh Waverley Station.
The Firth of Forth road bridge
The huge tubular steel girders of the Firth of Forth railway bridge
Passing through the mountains on route to Aviemore -
he photographs of the wild Scottish Highlands were taken with a cheap digital camera, many through the railway carriage window! Despite this, I hope the five pages of photographs convey the wonderful railway trip holiday in Scotland I so much enjoyed.
Passing through the mountains, glens and rivers on route to Aviemore
More mountains, glens and rivers on route to the Cairngorms and the town of Aviemore
Aviemore station, popular destination for skiing, walking and mountaineering in the Cairngorm National Park
The mountains in the Cairngorms National Park on route to Inverness
pictures images photographs docspics of Scotland © Phil Brown European Rail tours US and Canadian Railway travel holidays special steam excursions A great steam heritage line and offers luxury Pullman coach dining trains Travelling by train always seems a pleasure, especially if through wonderful scenery either in England, Scotland, Wales or on holiday in the rest of the railways of Europe! The railway trip involves seeing or travelling behind a 'real' steam locomotive in action and there is nothing like the sight and sounds of a steam train to invoke feelings of nostalgia in some of us, even more luxury by having a special trip out on a steam dining train! Eurostar Continental Rail Travel Tours