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Scene at the site of Pitmedden station on the GNSR mainline from Aberdeen to Keith in October 2012 with no trace remaining of the station itself. Alongside the level crossing however is the stone base of the old signalbox. To the left the line heads for Kintore and to the right towards Dyce.
John McIntyre [19/10/2012]


A westbound train passes the remains of the Aberdeenshire Canal east of Pitmedden in May 2012. The GNSR is often described as being laid on the route of the canal but a canal meanders far more than a railway and so a number of curved sections, such as this one, still survive.
Ewan Crawford [23/05/2012]


The view west from Pitmedden level crossing. A single lamp standard remained on the former eastbound platform in 1999. The platforms were in timber, so no longer exist.
Ewan Crawford [//1999]
All photographs of Pitmedden
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