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National Rail Awards News!!!
After being judged earlier this year, we are delighted to announce that Pitlochry won the Best Medium Station in the UK at the National Rail Awards which took place on 19th September in London.
The criteria was operations, including safety, infrastructure and customer friendly presentation. Particular emphasis is placed on initiative and innovation. We are delighted for the Station staff, volunteers and Station Adopters to hear this wonderful news.
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Sally Spaven HML CRP Chair and Station Adopter with Jamie, one of our brilliant ScotRail staff back at Pitlochry with our plaque.
Sally Spaven and Kate Howie, Pitlochry and Highland Perthshire Station Liaison Group Convenor and HML CRP Treasurer.
Tracy Stevenson - ScotRail Community Rail and Sally Spaven
Scotland - The World's Most Beautiful Railway
We have just been advised that this series is commencing on More 4 on the 26th August at 9pm, we understand there are 6 hour long episodes. Highland Mainline Community Rail Partnership were involved in the making of this series last summer and earlier this year.
HML CRP AGM at Blair Castle
Highland Mainline CRP were delighted to have Alex Hynes MD attend their AGM at Blair Castle on Wednesday 7th of August, a great opportunity to discuss and talk about the future." Many thanks to Blair Castle for use of the private library for our AGM.
ACoRP Awards 2019
Highland Mainline was delighted to hear that two of our Projects have been shortlisted for a Tourism and Heritage Award.
The Heritage Line Guide which was launched last summer and "Highland Fling", our Community Rail in the City event at King's Cross Station in May 2019 have both made the shortlist.
We look forward to the Awards in Telford in October and congratulate all the other shortlisted entries.
Community Volunteer of the Year
Roy Brown (pictured below on the right) from the Highland Mainline Community Rail Partnership was named Community Volunteer of the Year at the inaugural ScotRail in the Community Awards yesterday. A real champion of community rail!
Journey Time Improvements
After a public meeting at Kingussie on the 1st of May, please click on the link below to view the presentation, if you have any comments on this matter please email them to email@example.com
You will recall following on from the AGM in September we welcomed renowned author Neil Sinclair, to give a series of talks on the Highland Main Line in our smaller communities; Blair Atholl, Dunkeld & Birnam, Kingussie and Carrbridge. Neil wrote a very good article on the Highland Mainline Community Rail Partnership for publication in the Highland Railway Magazine, which you can read here. Thank you Neil, we hope to see you again at some point.