Sandilands Viaduct to Douglas

Year: 1963

This is a special train that has just crossed the Sandilands Viaduct going to Douglas and Muirkirk. The front train is an early example of a Caledonian railway engine. It was painted blue, Caledonian colours.

The picture was taken on 30th June 1963. In the following year October 1964, the line was closed to passenger trains.

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