Thurso railway station

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Thurso

Scottish Gaelic: Inbhir Theòrsa [1]
National Rail logo.svg
158701 Thurso.jpg
158701 departing Thurso bound for Inverness
General information
Location Thurso, Highland
Scotland
Coordinates 58°35′24″N3°31′40″W / 58.5900°N 3.5278°W / 58.5900; -3.5278 Coordinates: 58°35′24″N3°31′40″W / 58.5900°N 3.5278°W / 58.5900; -3.5278
Grid reference ND112679
Managed by ScotRail
Platforms1
Other information
Station codeTHS [2]
History
Original company Sutherland and Caithness Railway
Pre-grouping Highland Railway
Post-grouping LMS
Key dates
28 July 1874Opened
Passengers
2017/18Increase2.svg 39,174