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This is the line looking west at Stoneywood 2km before Dyce. Preparation is under way for the doubling of the line. A lot of vegetation has been removed and the cable trough is in the process of being moved. The recess for the westbound station building is obvious on the left.
Alan Cormack [09/05/2018]


A photograph of the extensive rail works near Bankhead at the former Stoneywood station site. This view looks north. The extensive soil nailing and embankment reinforcement is evident. It looks fairly brutal, how did they manage to have double track before without this civil engineering?
Alan Cormack [21/06/2018]


The view looking south away from the former Stoneywood station site. The extensive soil nailing and embankment reinforcement is evident. It looks fairly brutal, how did they manage to have double track before without this civil engineering?
Alan Cormack [21/06/2018]
All photographs of Stoneywood
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