Last year we were involved - unsuccessfully - in an appeal to identify a driver who produced vivid photographs of work on the railway in the steam-to-diesel era. It was believed that he was a Dalry Road man. The book of his photographs has subsequently been privately published and forms a valuable and interesting record.
The original photographs, and more, are now on display for this season in the Museum of Scottish Railways at Bo'ness.
Just another reason for visiting the Museum to see what has changed. You will be welcomed by the restored Caley signal from Stirling, and if you take the train you will see at Birkhill the newly installed bracket post from Cumbernauld, to be joined by another Caley post from Grangemouth.
The day to day working of the Caledonian Railway Company, including its constituents and successors.
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