Rogart (Sgìre Raoird) Railway Station

Rogart is a crofting village of around 100 sq miles. The landscape is dominated by small crofting townships, with the centre of the village only being established by the arrival of the railway in 1868, running the length of Strathfleet from Lairg to the sea.  It still has a shop, garage, blacksmith’s, school and churches. There is a monument to the first Canadian Prime Minister whose family were from here.  There are a number of archaeological sites of interest, including cairns and brochs. Rogart is also known for the wild goats you will see along the A836 from Morvich to West Kinnauld.  

Passenger Information

Rogart is a request stop.  Details can be found on

Scotrail’s website

Transport and walking routes in the local area 

MacLeod’s Coaches provides a service from Helmsdale to Lairg, complementing the four trains a day to Wick and Inverness. 

906 – Lairg – Helmsdale – MacLeod’s Coaches – 

What to see and do 

Round Rogart Path – A 4.5-mile circular, way-marked route explores the nature, history, economy and landscape of the Highlands. It is waymarked from the station. 

Rogart Mart and Pittentrail Hall host a number of markets and music events, including popular traditional music.  


Next Stop -
Golspie (Goillspidh) Railway Station


Next Stop -
Lairg (Luirg) Railway Station

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