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J&B liveried industrial 0-6-0 shunter - Dufftown, November 2005. The locomotive formerly worked at Cameron Bridge distillery, Fife, from whom it is currently on extended loan.
John Furnevel [02/11/2005]


The SRPS railtour train hauled by 27010 has reached the end of the line at Dufftown. Members of the AURS had joined it at Aberdeen [see image 59130]. On the return leg of the trip 2 or 3 of the passengers were invited to ride in the loco cab. Unexpectedly I ended up standing looking forward through the small central window-possibly the best view of any railtourer that day! When we reached Keith Junction we had to get out and sit in our seats for the remainder of the journey which was more comfortable but not as interesting.
Charlie Niven [31/05/1980]


The Keith and Dufftown Railway hired Ivatt 2-6-0 No. 46512 from the Strathspey Railway to celebrate 150 years of the Whisky Line. Here the engine is seen backing up to the coaches for the first train of the day on 14 October 2012, the first steam locomotive to run on these metals for fifty years.
John Gray [14/10/2012]
All photographs of Dufftown
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