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62469 Glen Douglas and 3440 City Of Truro leave Aberdeen en route for the Scottish Industries Exhibition in Glasgow on 19 Sept 1959, Truro successfully stayed for a month on the Strathspey 47 years later. 44801 passes Craiginches North ex Buchanan Street at 11.40 on 24 Jan 1960, renewal of the freight sidings here is due fairly soon. The late afternoon winter sun catches 40022 having a rest on what would have been the tracks for platform 1 or 2 at Elgin, early 1980's.
D5331-5342 pass Ferryhill Junction at 8pm on the with 6 coaches ex Waverly on the 10 May 1960. 20227 and 40002 await their next turns at a wintery Ferryhill in the early 80's, the Class 40 was cut up at Doncaster in march 1985. Redundant Swindons were stored at Ferryhill for component recovery in the early 80's, the original shed behind the unit will see a new lease of life courtesy of the Royal Deeside Preservation chaps.
60004 and 46250 at Ferryhill 14 Jul 1962, the tracks on which the locos stand as well as those on the coal ramp still exist, new housing is starting to appear to the left of this view. 44921 storms past Craiginches Yard with the 11.30 to Buchanan Street, 11 Feb 1960, following its former route nowadays through Strathmore is a very depressing experience. A Jubilee arrives about 08.45-09.00 with the previous nights down postal ex Euston for turning at Kittybrewster, most likely sometime in the 1950's.
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