Railway Cottages near Killin

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    ,Iain Campbell


    I write from Dumbarton and I would appreciate any information/knowledge
    which you may have regarding the Railway Property/Cottages
    which I understand to have been on the railway line through Killin. One
    was occupied by a family member, Mr Patick Moy (now deceased)
    who was at that time employed by the railways. I am going back along
    time approx 47 years ago!!.

    However, I am just interested in the whereabouts of these cottages as I
    understand there may have been a row of 3?? The name MacGregor
    has been mentioned as a neighbour.

    I am a member of the Helensburgh & West Dunbartonshire Ramblers Group
    and there is a walk on Saturday 25th June. Glenogle Cottage to
    Luib Burn – Glen Dochart by Killin.
    “An easy walk along a bed of disused railway track and returning by same

    Do they still exist and there location, please. I
    have looked
    on the various websites for information but no joy.

    Denise Rainey (47 yrs)


    The railway Cottages you ask about may actually be the ones your ramble is passing, right at the top of Glen Ogle. From memory I think that there are 3, spookily enough.
    Everyone has a neighbour called McGregor in Killin !!!.

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