Tain (Baile Dhubhthaich) Railway Station

Tain_station (Small)

Tain was granted its first royal charter in 1066, making it Scotland’s oldest royal burgh.  The 1066 charter, granted by King Malcolm III, confirmed Tain as a sanctuary where people could claim the protection of the church and immunity, in which resident merchants and traders were exempt from certain taxes.

Edderton once had its own station closed in 1960.  FNLCRP is supporting the campaign to have a station here re-opened

Passenger Information 

Details can be found on Scotrail’s website.

What to see and do

  • The Tain & District Museum and Clan Ross Centre, Tain through Time, is open 10 am -4 pm Tuesdays – Fridays, April to October.  Further details can be found here.
  • Glenmorangie Distillery, 1 ½ miles from the town
  • Balbair Distillery at Edderton, 5 miles from Tain


Next Stop -
Ardgay (Àird Gaoith) Railway Station


Next Stop -
Fearn (Manachainn Rois) Railway Station

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