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An Inverness to Aberdeen service calls at Keith on 26 September 2017. Keith
station is some distance from the town centre. Hardly surprising as this
was the former junction station and the town had its own known as Keith Town.


David Panton [26/09/2017]


Railtour stands at the Dufftown branch platform at Keith in 1983.
Roy Lambeth [//1983]


This Wartime Edition OS One Inch Map is printed in rather lurid colours with the National Grid in purple.  It shows the section of the GNSR main line between Keith and Cairnie Junction.  Cairnie Junction was described in timetables as ^exchange platform only^.  It was an island station with a proper building but lacked a footbridge to the outside world as it had no public access: it was used only for changing trains between this line and the other route to Elgin, via Tillynaught and the coast.  Crown copyright 1940. [See image 23394]

David Panton [//1940]
All photographs of Keith
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