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Embo Station
Embo Station

Colour laser photocopy of a man walking along the overgrown platform at Embo. Wooden station building with clock beside him, house in background. On reverse: " Embo railway station with stationmaster's house Sept 1969. Taken shortly before the office building was demolished." Colour is very poor.
Picture added on 24 April 2008
I don't know who the man is. Along with Archie MacDonald I helped demolish the station around 1969/1970 when I was working on Embo Mains. What a pity, hindsight is a great thing. I recall the solid pine cladding of the Waiting Room and the office. Incidentally I also travelled on the last journey made by the Dornoch Coffee Pot.
Added by Magnus Mowat on 09 October 2009
This picture of Embo Railway Station was taken by Mrs Barbara Tulloch, grand-daughter of Mrs Barbara Mackay (Roy), 1 Terrace Street, Embo. The gentleman walking along the platform is her late husband, Ian Tulloch, a former Telephone Engineer in the area, who retired in Inverness
(Thank you very much for your comment and identification which we can now add to the Museum catalogue - Administrator)
Added by Mrs Barbara Tulloch, Inverness on 14 April 2010
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