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Thrumster Nursery Action Group

Thrumster Gala 2003

Thrumster is a small village four miles south of Wick.  Once it had a railway station which was part of the Wick - Lybster railway which can still be seen today although in a dilapidated condition.  The old station is used to store farm machinery now.

13 May 07
Opening Of Thrumster Station Garden
After much planning and fund raising the combined efforts of local Thrumster groups and individuals has culminated in the opening of Thrumster Station garden. Arras MacKay and Jim Rosie cutting the ribbon. Arras worked there as a young man, and continued on the railway in Wick after the little Wick/Lybster line closed, as did Jim's father. Jim and his brother and sister were born in the station-master's house next door.

Thrumster Photo Gallery

Thrumster Winter 2001

Thrumster House

Thrumster Mains Farm

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A thatched building near Thrumster
A few survive in various places in Caithness mainly used as sheds or barns

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Old Smidddy Inn

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Click here to see inside Smiddy Inn

Thrumster Primary School

Thrumster Church

Thrumster Railway Pictures

War Memorial