Aberdeen Waterloo Extension (Great North of Scotland Railway)

Portions of line and locations

This line is divided into a number of portions.

Kittybrewster to Aberdeen

From Kittybrewster Junction to Aberdeen Waterloo.

This junction was located north of Kittybrewster [2nd] station.

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Great North of Scotland Railway
Class B1 4-6-0 no 61352 passing Kittybrewster on 10 February 1960 with the 2.15pm Aberdeen to Inverness train.
David Murray-Smith 10/02/1960
Freightliner 66 on a ballast train at Kittybrewster on 11th August 2019.
Duncan Ross 11/08/2019
A view from the front of a DMU on 01 June 1974 of Kittybrewster Junction looking north towards the road bridge carrying St Machar Drive over the ...
John McIntyre 01/06/1974
There was no redoubling activity at Inverurie or Kintore on 11th August 2019, but plenty at Kittybrewster.
Duncan Ross 11/08/2019
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This was an intermediary station in the north of Aberdeen. This station replaced the terminus Aberdeen Kittybrewster and was build to its direct east on the extension to Aberdeen Waterloo, which was much closer to the city centre.

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Taken from the Kittybrewster Retail Park in October 2018, this is the newly relaid Aberdeen Harbour Branch. The small sign on the right is a reminder ...
Alan Cormack 29/10/2018
6A32 China Clay tanks from Mossend on its way down to Aberdeen Waterloo on 27th June 2018. 66077 led on the branch with 66001 on the rear. [Ref query ...
Duncan Ross 27/06/2018
View of Kittybrewster in 1989. Oil sidings here had been lifted and the site was being redeveloped.
Ewan Crawford 03/11/1989
Trip freight on the Waterloo branch at Kittybrewster in November 1972. ...
John McIntyre /11/1972
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This was the terminus of the Great North of Scotland Railway on extension from Kittybrewster to the Waterloo Quay in Aberdeen. The extension followed the course of the former Aberdeenshire Canal.

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Tanks at Aberdeen Waterloo in 1990. The former goods shed is to the left. ...
Bill Roberton //1990
Looking over Aberdeen Waterloo yard in 1990, towards the former goods shed since demolished.
Bill Roberton //1990
Tanks on the Waterloo branch. The bogie tank wagons are owned by SNCF and have tie down points for a train ferry. ...
Alan Cormack 09/05/2018
'Mr Therm' on the Aberdeen Harbour Trustees Tramway bringing coal for the gas works with the docks off to the left and tramway connection into ...
David Murray-Smith //1960
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