On Sunday we completed the walk we had started in November along an old railway line. Starting from the road by Gartmore Station, we took a look at the road bridge over the River Forth. To the left, the road also passes over the route of the old railway line.
Passing an old gun emplacement pillbox dating from World War II...
...the route continued along a tarmac path, which would normally have been unpleasant to walk on, but was fortunately covered in snow.
The path runs between the road and the river for the rest of the way to Aberfoyle.
Approaching Aberfoyle, we passed these old railway cottages, which can clearly be seen in an old photo of the line.
Shortly after, a small bridge crosses a stream. On either side of the bridge are the remains of the old railway bridge.
A signpost in the form of an old railway signal marks our arrival at the end of the path, approaching the site of the old Aberfoyle Station.
More pictures of this route can be seen at Railscot and Scotland's Places
Old map of the route
More information about pillboxes