|Location|| Ulbster, Highland |
|Opened||1 July 1903 |
|Closed||3 April 1944 |
|Original company||Wick and Lybster Railway|
|Pre-grouping||Wick and Lybster Railway operated by Highland Railway|
Ulbster was a railway station located at Ulbster, Highland, between Wick and Lybster.
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|
| Mid Clyth |
Station and Line closed
| Highland Railway |
Wick and Lybster Light Railway
| Welsh's Crossing Halt |
Station and Line closed
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Coordinates: 58°20′58″N3°10′01″W / 58.3494°N 3.1670°W