some, but perhaps not all, of the trees in these shots are mine.


mccalry valley branch

by james flanders


"the line is 22miles(36ish km) and runs from the port town of port dunbrek out west into the scottish highlands ending up on the banks of loch portsand. i have to give credit to both the boys at vmd for the superb track used in the route (go get it) and especially big thanks to dmdrake whose trees make this route come alive."



37 255 is set to depart platform 1 (of tafweb's awesome terminus) at port dunbrek with a stopping passenger service.


navigating the junctions at the station mouth before passing the signal box.


crossing the long dunbrek viaduct

skirting along cliff face at the harbour mouth looking back at the starmax oilfield

easing into cavaren over the bridge


opening up the throttles as the train passes pinewoods lumber yard.

beginning the ascent up the mccalry valley


climbing higher above the mccalry river


passengers eye view of the approach to highglen valley. this station has a connection to the local quarry as well as a smallish exchange yard.


37 154 runs out of mccalry river loco works headed for the exchange yard back at highglen valley. 37 255 has been held at the station.

continuing west after passing the depot 37 255 greats the steepest ascent of the westbound journey.

approaching the summit...


looking back down the line


crossing the mccalry viaduct over the mouth to the river


carpark view at loch portsand




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