MHG6927 - Nairn Railway Station

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  • RAILWAY STATION (In use, 19th Century to 21st Century - 1855 AD to 2100 AD)

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Nairn Station, opened 1855 by the Inverness & Nairn Rly, and rebuilt 1885 by the Highland Rly. The platforms are linked by a lattice-girder footbridge, and there is a wooden goods shed of typical Highland Rly. Pattern in the goods yard. J R Hume 1977.

The railway station, including the main offices, passenger shelter, ancilliary building and footbridge were listed at Category B in 1981.

Railway Station, Cawdor Road. By Murdoch Paterson, 1885.
J Gifford 1992.

This intermediate station on the Inverness-Keith-Aberdeen (main) line of the (former) Highland Rly. Was opened on 5 November 1855 (by the Inverness and Nairn Rly.) and remains in regular use by passenger traffic.
R V J Butt 1995.

The listing was deleted from the list by Historic Scotland in 2013 as part of Scottish Signal Box Review (2012-13), combined with HBNUM 46540 (two signal boxes - see also MHG38730 & MHG38733) and re-added to the list with the same numbering and listing date. <1>

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Grid reference Centred NH 8814 5600 (104m by 109m)
Map sheet NH85NE
Civil Parish NAIRN
Geographical Area NAIRN

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