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Trains to Dunrobin Castle

A lonely halt in the wintertime, Dunrobin Castle Railway Station serves Dunrobin Castle and the village of Golspie with sparse but regular service on the Far North Line. Most commonly served during the summer, trains from Dunrobin Castle depart for Inverness and Wick in both directions from the halt’s single platform. Despite often being listed as a summer-only station, a single northbound train continues to serve Dunrobin Castle daily throughout the year.  

Constructed as a private station for the Duke of Sutherland, Dunrobin Castle Station was constructed in the early 20th century. The unique waiting room is now a category B listed building. Station facilities are extremely minimal due to the halt’s infrequent use; there is, however, step-free access via ramp. As the station is served by request only, passengers wishing to disembark at Dunrobin Castle should make their intentions known to a member of train staff; passengers wishing to board here should signal clearly to the train driver from the platform.

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Station details & facilities

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  • Car parking spaces : 0

Bicycle Facilities

  • Cycle storage available : False
  • Cycle storage spaces : 0
  • Sheltered cycle storage : False
  • Cycle storage CCTV : False


  • Step-free access : Whole station
  • Step-free access notes :

    Level to single low - platform used in summer months

  • Ramps for train access : False
  • Wheelchairs available : False
  • Induction Loop :
  • Accessible ticket machines : False
  • Accessible Booking Office counter : False
Trains to Dunrobin Castle


Dunrobin, -, KW10 6SF
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