Welcome to Bo'Ness & Kinneal Scottish Railway Museum:
Sassenach, which parts of Outlander have you feeling particularly emotional because the story line was one that personally resonated with your life in some way?
This may have been a very short scene, but where Claire said good bye to Frank as she departed to be a combat nurse in the war was one of those scenes for me.
Watching that scene in Outlander strongly had me thinking of how my Grandfather must have been feeling as he left to be a Soldier in WWII.
Loyal to his country must have been just a few of the emotions he was feeling as he did.
This part of the storyline was filmed at the Bo'Ness & Kinneal Railway station.
The Bo'Ness & Kinneal Railway is operated by the Scottish Railway Preservation Society and opened in 1981.
To learn more about the lines you can read more HERE.
To learn more about visiting this location, this information can be found HERE.
Whether you are new to this website and my services or not, there is so much for you to continue to enjoy, Sassenach.
For more full Outlander location reveals from Season 1, head HERE.
There's one thing I want you to experience from my work. That is, I want you to feel as though you have been transported to these scenes from either my Vlogs or the Outlander inspired apparel I have available.
My Outlander inspired apparel has already started making its way to various places in Australia, USA and Scotland.
To peruse the Outlander inspired apparel available, head HERE.
To see the fine art prints available, head HERE.
For more of the outlanderthroughthestones Youtube videos, head HERE.
I look forward to seeing you on the other side, Sassenach.
This Vlog is dedicated to my late Grandparents;
Lieutenant colonel John George Allen of the British Army and;
Joan Thelma Allen, who nursed my Grandfather to health following WWII.