Easter is fast approaching and Cobalt the station rabbit is looking forward to lots of visitors especially as the ‘pop up tearoom’ will be open for refreshments on Easter Saturday and Easter Sunday


We have had lots of visiting groups over the last few months and we are delighted to welcome  The Inky Elbows group of writers travelling to Dalmally by train on a writing excursion this weekend. The station’s timeless ambience will be the perfect setting for a productive day of writing at this workshop.


The Posting Room is our exhibition gallery for local talent during events throughout the year and we are delighted to welcome local artist Jo MacLean who trades as The Oban Artist. This is Jo’s first exhibition and we are very excited by her work , it is exactly the kind of local interaction we love the station to be involved in. Come and see Jo’s work in a friendly informal setting10734077_743690049018365_4520959017919276074_n

Throughout the year we will be offering an exciting selection of workshops here at our unique venue of Dalmally Station.Remember you can book a group of 6 in for a specific workshop . There are also many workshops happening in the community in April , see our Facebook page for up to the minute news.

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The Station is also home to our Shop stocked with our own creations along with those of selected fibre artists.


We have a lovely new range of Sizzix products just in time for Easter. The new Big shot pro is now available and we have some great prices on Big shots. Over the easter weekend we will have a range of cutters to try and plan to have egg shapes galore to cut and colour for all age groups. Have some fun with us 



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The Studio has a delightful range of lambskin goods. The skins used are a by-product of the meat industry . They work well combined with hand made felted wool

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Heartfelt by Liz has been in business since 1996 and has developed a wide range of unique wool creations and specialist skills.

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handfelted textiles inspired by nature, made in Argyll, Scotland