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The Great North of Scotland Railway was one of five railway companies in Scotland in the Victorian era. It served the north east of Scotland from Aberdeen to Elgin, a largely agricultural area which included the fishing ports of Buchan and the splendid scenery of Deeside and Speyside.   If you want to know more about the railways of this area at any period in their history, then you will find plenty to interest you on this site or in the publications of the Association.  Why not click here to consider joining us?  We are a friendly group which holds a couple of meeting each year in Aberdeen and organises a summer outing to discover what is left of the railway.  Members receive the quarterly Review, a glossy A4 size magazine which features articles, photographs and queries about the railway, plus news of current events, book reviews, etc.  Members also receive discounts on our publications. Modellers will get the latest information on kits available and will find prototype details in our drawing and photo collections. The Association has an extensive archive consisting of photographs and drawings, most of them now digitised, together with small artefacts. We actively seek to add to that collection and to make it accessible to members.  A selection of our photographs is presented here
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