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English: Achnasheen ( Gaelic Achadh na Sìne) is a small village in Ross-shire in the Highland council area of Scotland. Despite the size of the village, Achnasheen is also the name of a postal district which covers several much larger communities. This dates from the time when the village railway station was an important stop on the Kyle of Lochalsh Line, serving a large area of Wester Ross. The railway still operates but all freight and mail, and most passengers, now travel by road.
Nederlands: Achnasheen ( Schots-Gaelisch: Achadh na Sine) is een klein dorpje in Ross and Cromarty in de Schotse Hooglanden.


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