Railway Cottages near Killin

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    ,Iain Campbell
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    POSTED ON BEHALF OF DENISE RAINEY

    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
    route”

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

    Denise Rainey (47 yrs)

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    ,Seabed
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    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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