Locheilside railway station is a request stop on the north shore of Loch Eil, west of Fort William. Built in 1901, it is one of the most remote trains stations in the UK and sees only around 400 passengers each year. Four trains run to Mallaig and Fort William daily, taking around an hour and 25 minutes respectively. Four trains run to Glasgow and Oban taking around four hours and 19 minutes each way.
Locheilside station is on the West Highland Line, which provides access to the remote west coast of Scotland. From Oban, it is possible to access the Western Isles. The station is also convenient for the A830 that leads to the Cairngorms National Park, along which there are stunning views.
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