The Jacobite – a Scenic Train Route in Scotland

The Jacobite – a Scenic Train Route in Scotland

The Jacobite, Scottish Highlands, Scotland. The stream train encompasses one of the most beautiful routes in the world – the Scottish Highlands. The line takes off from Fort William, passes Glenfinnan viaduct, historic Arisaig village and other sites until arrives at its final destination – Mallaig.

The two hour journey is famous for the amazing landscapes. Fort William is the biggest city in the area, sprawled in the shadow of Ben Nevis – the highest mountain in Britain. Mallaig is a fishing port with many restaurants – a great place to have lunch during an hour and a half stop, after which the train goes back.

Why to go there?

A beautiful trip, which reveals classic landscapes of Scotland.

When to go there?

The train will run from 12th May until 24th October 2014.

How to get there?

Fort William is easy to reach by train or car. The nearest airports are in Glasgow and Inverness.

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Lead photo by Daniel Korzhonov

The Jacobite – a Scenic Train Route in Scotland

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The Jacobite – a Scenic Train Route in Scotland

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The Jacobite – a Scenic Train Route in Scotland

Photo by Kenny Barker

The Jacobite – a Scenic Train Route in Scotland

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The Jacobite – a Scenic Train Route in Scotland

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The Jacobite – a Scenic Train Route in Scotland

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The Jacobite – a Scenic Train Route in Scotland

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The Jacobite – a Scenic Train Route in Scotland

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The Jacobite – a Scenic Train Route in Scotland

Photo by Tomasz Szatewicz

The Jacobite – a Scenic Train Route in Scotland

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