Highland Railway of Scotland
About The Society
The Highland Railway of Scotland operated railway services in the Scottish Highlands north of Perth to Inverness, and railways radiating from Inverness to Thurso, Wick, Kyle of Lochalsh, Elgin and Keith, as well as associated branches.
The Highland Railway Society was created for those interested in the Highland Railway throughout its history to the present day.
Benefits of Membership
Membership of a society that is dedicated to the Highland Railway and seeks to further its memory and understanding through its activities and publications
Magazine, 'Highland Railway Journal’, issued quarterly
‘Annual Gathering’ incorporating the Annual General Meeting of the Society, normally held in September
Access to archive catalogue
Access to on-line forum
How to Join
Go to the Society’s website, and click ‘The Society’ (you can use this link hrsoc.org.uk/membership). Scroll down to bottom of the page and click ‘Membership Form’. Complete the form and send to ‘John Fairlie (HRS), Winter Field, Terrys Lane, Cookham, Maidenhead, Berks, SL6 9TJ, paying membership fee as directed.