Adventures in Scotland: Riding the Jacobite Steam train
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As I have mentioned a few times, my parents are in the midst of a trip to Scotland. During the trip, my parents have been acting as “roving reporters”. For previous posts in the series, see
Today’s report comes from my dad who shares his thoughts about riding the Jacobite Steam Train from Fort William to Mallaig, crossing the Glenfinnan Viadcut as memorialized as the “Hogwarts Express” from the Harry Potter books.
I think today is our first day in Scotland that has gone pretty close to plan, with low stress levels, and been quite enjoyable (SEE ALSO: Today was the worst day of my life). We are in Fort William, a small seaport town at the head of Loch Linnhe, on the west coast of Scotland. This morning we visited the West Highland Museum, with…