Caledonian Railway run steam and diesel hauled trains along the 4 mile branch line between the town of Brechin to the countryside stop of Bridge of Dun, which dates back to 1848.
The railway runs a variety of weekly and themed events throughout the year. So sit back, relax and watch the world go by from the comfort of their heritage trains hauled by both steam and diesel locomotives.
The Whistle Stop Cafe, situated on Platform 1 of Brechin Station, serves light lunches and delicious home baking during the week, with the addition of hearty cooked breakfasts at the weekend.
Caledonian Railway is open on selected dates throughout the year. Please refer to their website for full details.
Dogs are welcome in The Whistle Stop and onboard our daytime trains. Dogs must be kept under control, on a lead and on the floor at all times.
Angus from the Air
Angus is home to some truly spectacular locations – from the breathtaking scenery of the rolling hills and glens, to the sandy white beaches and sheer cliff faces on our coastline.
You can experience Angus from the comfort of your own home with our stunning drone films and be inspired to plan your next visit to Angus to see these amazing locations in person. See our Angus from the Air blog for more.
Take a look at this stunning footage of Caledonian Railway.
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