On 21st August 2015 , Liz arrived on the crossover train from Oban to a platform full of family and friends and two giant felted foxgloves, which they later married beneath.
The interaction from the passengers and staff was wonderful and the atmosphere in the rare Dalmally sunshine was fully charged
Truly a marriage of love to the station that is slowly unfolding after so many years of renovating
It’s here on http://www.paulsalveson.org.uk/2015/02/15/illustrated-weekly-salvo-176/
Another interesting article, not all the details are correct as the Victorian Tea Room was running for the pre Christmas exhibition but perhaps we will do this again at the station following its huge success.
I never had the good fortune to meet Bert Barnatt and only this image remains to give me an idea of what he looked like but every single person I have spoken to with memories for the period of time Bert served at the station as signalman , has fond memories of him. His kindness and thoughtfulness lives on. If you knew Bert or would like to share a story about him please contact us .