Highland Railway Buildings (Lightmoor)

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The Highland Railway and its constituents erected many buildings, from humble platelayers’ huts, through stations, goods and engine sheds, signal boxes and staff houses, to grand Edwardian hotels. This volume sets out to study these and also explains how they were influenced by such factors as the construction materials available locally, the financial situation of the company erecting them and the social status of the local landowner.

One chapter covers the significant buildings erected by the Company in Inverness and here, as elsewhere in the Highlands, the surviving structures make an important contribution to the architectural heritage of the region today.

Hardback. 160 pages. Over 300 photographs.

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