The Caledonian Railway Brechin
Caledonian Railway is a heritage steam railway which runs for 4 miles from a unique Victorian terminus station at Brechin to Bridge of Dun.
Originally built in 1848, Caledonian Railway is today a classic preserved railway and one of the most successful attractions in Angus.
Enjoy the collection of classic locomotives and coaches, and shop for souvenirs at Brechin Station.
The station at Bridge of Dun was a former stopping place for Royal trains and is set in remote countryside next to Montrose Basin, one of the country's finest bird sanctuaries. Visitors can take interesting walks from the station to the bird sanctuary along both banks of the picturesque River South Esk. Special events are held during the season.
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