|Location|| Thrumster, Highland |
|Original company||Wick and Lybster Railway|
|Pre-grouping||Wick and Lybster Railway operated by Highland Railway|
|1 July 1903||Open|
|3 April 1944||Closed|
Thrumster was a railway station located at Thrumster, Highland, Scotland between Wick and Lybster. The station building can still be seen alongside the main road in Thrumster.
The station was opened as part of the Wick and Lybster Railway on 1 July 1903.As with the other stations on the line, the station was closed from 3 April 1944.
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|Preceding station||Disused railways||Following station|
| Welsh's Crossing Halt |
Station and Line closed
| Highland Railway |
Wick and Lybster Light Railway
| Wick |
Station open; Line closed
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