This book is a "tale of two halves". It explains how the eleven mile railway line between Keith Junction and Dufftown in Banffshire avoided complete closure in the British Rail era of the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s; and, when it did finally succumb in 1991, how it transformed itself into the United Kingdom's most northerly heritage railway. The common thread over 50 years has been the constant struggle for survival. That the railway flourishes in 2022 is due largely to the determination of local people working together to keep their railway alive. This book is dedicated to all those who have contributed to the ultimate success story of The Whisky Line.
Softback, 96 pages, black & white and colour photographs