Keith and Dufftown Railway
Step back in time on the
Keith and Dufftown Railway, for a
gentle journey in our 1950s,
British Railways styled Diesel
Enjoy the nostalgia of slide windows,
slam doors, and plush bench seating.
These historic first-generation diesel
were the bridge from steam to
today's modern trains.
Our railway, Britain's most northern
heritage line, travels through the heart of Whisky Country.
The eleven-mile, scenic route captures the essence of Scotland, passing hills, woods, a hidden Loch and rolling fields of barley.
Along the journey, there's a chance to see some of our iconic wildlife; deer, buzzards, red squirrels, little grebe and osprey.
Our railway is run entirely by volunteers, providing a unique, friendly atmosphere for your visit.
Lunch can be provided in our vintage carriage at Dufftown Station.
We run charters and group bookings from April to September.
Keith and Dufftown Railway Association
Dufftown Station, Dufftown, Banffshire
Scottish Registered Charity No SC046348