Loth Station stands on the Inverness to Wick far north line.
Closing to passengers in the 1960s, the house has changed little since then.
The ticket office and waiting room, constructed in the 1930s, has been restored: the drawers still have the Highland Railway handles.
There is a collection of railway memorabilia, as well as antiques, vintage fishing tackle and angling and railway books for sale.
Loth Station is also the home of The Loth Fishbox Company and of the Loth Easy Bench.
You are welcome to visit us at the Station.
We are open 10am-4pm.
Saturday, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
Or just give us a ring.
The Station is situated approx. 1 mile off the A9.
5 miles north of Brora turn right at the CRACKAIG sign, or from Helmsdale, travel south about 5 miles, turn left at CRACKAIG sign,
THEN follow the road until just before the Railway Bridge, sign on gate on right Antiques Open - that’s us.
The Station Master’s House
Telephone 01408 622098
Mobile 07757 674896
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