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Arnott Young's diesel heads for Murtle station on a demolition train. Arnott Youngs demoltion train heads towards Murtle Station. Times change - never say never. Here's to the day No. 49 runs again at Boness.
In April 1990 the only HST to visit the Dufftown Branch recalls the regular through coach to Kings Cross that travelled the line in LNER days. Two cravens 2 car units en route to Ballater between Aboyne and Dinnet. A mixed livery Cravens unit seen at Loch Park heads for Dufftown on 27 April 1964, a trip along here on a DMU is still a delightful possibility thanks to the Keith And Dufftown Railway.
During the -gimmer- sheep sales of 1953 the mart drover guides his sheep onto the east bank at Kitty Goods, he will return to the mart on his bike to bring another lot! 1953. Fat pigs trying not to go into pens at Kittybrester in 1953, the so called -flake- in the left foreground was used to guide them in the right direction, rumour has it that one made it onto a passing tram! The cattle bank at Kitty Goods 1953, note the smoke from two of the yard pilots on the left and the sawdust and dung wagons on the right, something to ponder on next time you shop here?
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