Denburn Valley Line (Great North of Scotland Railway)






Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.

This is a station with five public platforms. It opened as Aberdeen Joint - jointly owned by the Scottish North Eastern Railway to the south and the Great North of Scotland Railway to the north. It replaced terminal stations at Aberdeen Guild Street and Aberdeen Waterloo respectively. A poor horse-drawn street tramway link had existed between these, no substitute for a connecting ...

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A letter received regarding archaeology works to do with HS2 in my area - although it's happening in Buckinghamshire - not Aberdeenshire! ...
Alan Cormack 04/05/2018
Armistice wreath-laying at Aberdeen Station; Des Byrne of the Great North of Scotland Railway Association paying tribute to the 93 fallen of the GNSR ...
John Yellowlees 11/11/2017
Peppercorn class A1 no. 60163 'Tornado' at Aberdeen station on the evening of Thursday, 14th March 2019, prior to departure with the return 'The ...
David Bosher 14/03/2019
The 21:05 to Edinburgh Waverley, Class 170 416, at Aberdeen. ...
Alan Cormack 10/01/2017

This is a closed station north of Aberdeen. It was a station and the ticket platform for Aberdeen.
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One of Kittybrewster shed's smartly turned out B1s seen shortly after leaving Aberdeen for Inverness on 11 August 1954. 61349 is passing the platforms ...
G H Robin collection by courtesy of the Mitchell Library, Glasgow 11/08/1954
The remains of the station building at Schoolhill form a wall with a car park. This station, a (very) short distance from Aberdeen Joint, was ...
David Panton 20/09/2018
Schoolhill's platforms ended at the bottom of the picture and Aberdeen's started the other side of Union Bridge. That's exactly 200 metres by my ...
David Panton 20/09/2018
A diverted service heads towards Inverness, passing the closed Schoolhill station in Aberdeen in April 1975.The remains of the former Great North loco ...
John McIntyre 12/04/1975

This was a two platform station in a deep cutting to the north of Hutcheon Street. To the south the Hutcheon Street Tunnel took the line south towards Schoolhill and Aberdeen. North the line continued to Kittybrewster [2nd]. A surface level building remains on the west side of the cutting on Hutcheon Street.
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The rather neat little station building of Hutcheon Street (closed 1937) looks a little out of place among the ubiquitous granite of Aberdeen. Space ...
David Panton 02/10/2019
The start of the 'Aberdeen' to Dyce redoubling seems considered to be Kittybrewster but the points are in fact much nearer the former Hutcheon Street ...
David Panton 02/10/2019

This was the short lived Aberdeen terminus of the Great North of Scotland Railway.
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This two platform through station was opened with the Denburn Valley Line (Great North of Scotland Railway). It replaced Kittybrewster [1st], which was to its immediate east and located on the Aberdeen Waterloo branch. The line was opened as a double track between Denburn Junction and Kittybrewster Junction in 1867.
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Class B1 61308 at Kittybrewster on 3.55pm Inverness-Aberdeen during the last week of steam, September 1961. ...
David Murray-Smith 09/09/1961
The view south from Powis Terrace towards Aberdeen. This part is double track but it drops to single before reaching Aberdeen itself. ...
Duncan Ross /08/2018
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
The view north from Powis Terrace showing the new layout for the Waterloo branch and the doubled track. ...
Duncan Ross /08/2018