Old Photograph Steam Train Loch Treig Eastfield Glasgow Scotland
Old photograph of the steam train Loch Treig in Eastfield Glasgow, Scotland. Eastfield was a steam shed under British Railways with the depot code 65A. Loch Treig, Scottish Gaelic: Loch Trèig, meaning loch of death, is a freshwater loch situated in a steep sided glen East of Fort William, in Lochaber, Highlands. While there are no roads alongside the loch, the West Highland Railway Line follows its eastern bank.
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