According to the online job advertisement, the place of work is Fort William at the foot of the highest British mountain, Ben Nevis. Applicants must be at least 20 years old and receive a starting annual salary of around 38,000 euros. It’s a “dream job,” advertised the online job exchange Hijobs, which advertised the position on behalf of the train provider. “As a Scot Rail driver, you could drive on some of the world’s most beautiful railway routes and take on the vital role of transporting and connecting the people of Scotland,” it said. Interested parties would have to remain calm even in stressful situations and always adhere to the highest safety standards.
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The West Highland Line connects the city of Glasgow with the west coast. One part branches off to Oban, the other continues to Fort William and the harbor town of Mallaig.
Steam train similar to the “Hogwarts Express”
This route is also served by a steam train, often compared to the “Hogwarts Express”. The Glenfinnan Viaduct is popular with tourists trying to get a photo with the train. But “Harry Potter” isn’t the only well-known film made on the West Highland Line. In “Trainspotting” (1996), a scene takes place at Corrour station, which at 408 meters is considered the highest and most remote station in Great Britain.
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