The far north line is the most northerly line in Britain and similar to all lines in the Highlands is operated only by diesels. This section is the busiest section of the line but still has a maximum of around 15 services. To boost this service count to around 30 services I am including an extra timetable involving the class 37 set in the eighties. This line has 10 stations which are all some of the least used in Britain. The locos, Today only the class 158 operates on this line. This would come in first ScotRail livery and would operate all the services in the modern timetable. This is similar to the 150 but is not the same For the old timetable there would be the reused class 37. Primarily a freight locomotive this would operate the services in the older timetable with mk2s. There is an opportunity for some freight but not much Overall while it is a quiet route it has some beautiful scenery and is decently sized at 100km long. Each service also takes around an hour to complete but this would also include the Kyle of lochalsh line services as well.