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An undated group of staff at Craigellachie, possibly taken at the turn of the century, note the gap between the Station Master and the Porter on his right. Station Master George Addie and his staff pose at Strichen in late GNSR days. Staff at Ballater Station about the time of a Royal visit, undated but several staff are wearing military medal ribbons suggesting a time a little after 1918.
Lena Murison left and her sister Lill McBeath next to her husband Mac ran the 'Refresh' at Maud in the 50-60's, it was said they sold the best beer in town as it was kept cool below the nearby water tower. Cambus O' May Station Master Alexander Collie Roy nieces and son William in1933, William joined the railway 3 years later as junior porter at Ballater. 20 years after starting as junior porter at Ballater William Irvine Roy seen here, is now relief station master at Park on 16 Aug 1956.
Station master Alexander Collie Roy and passengers at Cambus O'May in 1928. Junior porter William Irvine Roy aged 15 with porter guard John Mackie to his right and on his left, guard John Taylor, Ballater 1936. Mrs. Maggie Irvine Roy succeeded her late husband and was in charge of Cambus O' May from 1934 -56, awaiting the 3.18 ex Ballater and inset both in the 1940's.
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