This railway is closed to passengers. Passenger services are still provided by ScotRail between Inverness and Aberdeen.
|16/10/1893||Fochabers Branch (Highland Railway)|
|01/07/1894||Fochabers Branch (Highland Railway)|
Fochabers renamed Fochabers Town.
|14/09/1931||Fochabers Branch (Highland Railway)|
Fochabers Town to Orbliston Junction closed to passengers.
|28/03/1966||Fochabers Branch (Highland Railway)|
Fochabers Town to Orbliston Junction closed to freight.
These locations are along the line.
This was a three platform station. The main station building, of two storeys, was on the eastbound platform and this remains as a house. The building is roughly 'H' shaped in plan with a covered porch alongside the platform. When first opened it was the station for Fochabers (some 3 and a half miles away across the River Spey) and became the junction for the short branch for the town in 1893.
This small station was to the west of of Fochabers. It was a one platform station, on the north side of the single track line and just west of an overbridge. There were no sidings.
This station is closed. This was the closest station to Fochabers, although even this station was across the Fochabers Bridge, crossing the River Spey, from the town. It was the end of a short branch from Orbliston Junction.