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On 11 Aug 1970 these rails with their fishplates already removed would be lifted within hours, the bridge at Satan's Den now is demolished and infilled, the road bend is the key to locating this scene today. The dump yard at Inverurie Loco Works 20 Aug 1960. Probably the only so called Bubble Car to visit Waterloo Goods, next destination Fraserburgh, note the oil related pipes, 1978.
Demolition train in Satan's den near Lumphanan 11 Aug 1970. The demolition train as viewed from the long since demolished bridge that spanned the Deeside line at Satan's Den near Lumphanan, 11 Aug 1970. With Lumphanan in the distance the demolition train enters Satan's Den cutting on 11 Aug 1970.
Independent plough 965200 rests at Ferryhill in the mid 1980's. 25076 shunts Elgin Yard in the early 80's, guage enhancement work to revitalise freight traffic to Elgin is due for completion in October '07. The dump yard at Inverurie Loco works in the early 60's, the remains of 69150 and 57645 are identifiable, the works in the distance is now a Tesco's.
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