Ardgay (Àird Gaoith) Railway Station

Ardgay Railway Station

Ardgay lies on the south-west side of the Dornoch Firth, close to where it becomes the Kyle of Sutherland. A little to the north-east stands the most recent of three road bridges that have crossed the Kyle to Bonar Bridge.

Passenger Information 

Details can be found on Scotrail’s website.

What to see and do 

There is evidence of earlier settlement in the area on view. Sitting in the centre of the village, surrounded by wooden seating, is the Clach Eiteag, a boulder said once to have been moved from parish to parish to mark the current location of a fair, the Feill Eiteachan, at which cattle and farm produce was sold.



Next Stop -
Culrain (Cùil Rathain) Railway Station


Next Stop -
Tain (Baile Dhubhthaich) Railway Station

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