Having the world's busiest heliport on its landward side means Dyce fairly thrums with the sound of helicopters going to and from North Sea platforms; you don't have to wait long for a shot like this. Dyce station does pretty good business with rig workers, easily identified by their enormous holdalls - no mimsy wheeled suitcases here. Dyce itself is OK, but has the 'there's no there there' feel of a town which grew up too quickly. My opinion. The chopper is a Bristow. I only know that because it says.
Company: Great North of Scotland Railway
Photographer: David Panton
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Image number: 65777