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This part of the interior of Macduff station is now used to repair and store fishing nets and ropes. Macduff station interior after the tracks were lifted in the early 60's. Macduff awaits a new role with a ship's supply company.
Kennethont station looking towards Aberdeen in the early 60's, the main building survives and is to be restored to private dwelling. Knock station looking south to Cairnie Junction in the early 60's, note the flat bottomed rail here compared to the more typical bullhead and loss of the down track and platform. Oyne station looking towards Aberdeen in the early 60's.
Fyvie with the BLS trip en route to Turriff on 5 May 1965, this station originally had another platform long since removed and converted into the grass verge seen on the left. The Macduff line went no further than Turriff where the BLS special is seen on 5 May 1965, this area is now a caravan site. The BLS [Branch Line Society] special calls at Auchterless on 5 May 1965.
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