Aberdeen Harbour Trustees Tramway


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Permission granted to the Great North of Scotland Railway allowing locomotives onto the harbour lines.
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Caledonian Railway authorised to build line from Aberdeen Guild Street goods to Aberdeen Corporation Electricity Works.
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Aberdeen Corporation authorised to use the Aberdeen Harbour railways, Aberdeen Harbour Trustees Tramway.

Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.

This quay is at the west end of Waterloo Dock and its Upper Dock. It is on the north side of the docks. The Regent Bridge, between the docks, links Regent Quay to Jamieson's Quay (Upper Dock) and Blaike's Quay (Victoria Dock). To the east is Aberdeen Waterloo Quay.

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One of the diminutive Z4 0-4-2Ts purchased by the GNSR from Manning Wardle & Co in 1915 to work at Aberdeen Docks. No 68191 is seen here at the Regent ...
G H Robin collection by courtesy of the Mitchell Library, Glasgow 07/07/1950
Ex GNSR Class Z4 68191 at Regent Quay in the Aberdeen docks in a view looking west to the Aberdeen Harbour Board building. The turnout to the left is ...
David Murray-Smith //
Aberdeen gas works' Mr Therm on a train at the docks circa 1960. ...
David Murray-Smith //1960
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'Mr Therm' shunting within the Aberdeen Gas Works in 1961. ...
David Murray-Smith //1961
Locomotive 'City of Aberdeen' seen at the Aberdeen Gas Works in 1961. ...
David Murray-Smith //1961
Barclay 0-4-0ST 'Mr Therm' seen shunting coal wagons at Aberdeen Gas Works in 1961. ...
David Murray-Smith //1961
'Mr Therm'' on a train in September 1960 at the junction between Church Street (ahead) and Miller Street (behind the camera). Aberdeen Waterloo is to ...
David Murray-Smith /09/1960
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This quay is on the north side of the Victoria Dock and refers to the east end. Quayside tramlines from Aberdeen Waterloo served the quayside and there were goods sheds at either end of the quay. To the west is Aberdeen Regent Quay.

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