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Oyne Station probably about 1900-10. The 3.10PM Aberdeen-Ballater approaches Pitfodels Station, 17 Feb 1960. Inverurie Station, 10 feb 1962, note the coach in the parcels platform where nowadays you can park your car, the glass awning has been removed and cars are no longer available in grey.
Macduff 1962, splendidly isolated but handy for the railway ,as they say! The once busy potato traffic at Huntly was managed from the buildings on the left, the main signal box is seen in the distance. It's clear from this shot why Aberdeen South Box had 150 levers, taken on the GNSRA Aberdeen Box visits 29 Apr 1978.
78045 blasts out of Banff with the 12.30 to Tillynaught where it would arrive 15 mins later, June 1964. Just a reminder of what we have lost, this is the view from a train on Seatown Viaduct at Cullen in 1967. A Derby Heavyweight in SPTE orange and black livery waits for early morning commuters at Inverurie, these units predominantly worked in the central belt and were rarely seen in the North East, May 1989.
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