Bullers O' Buchan Halt

The short lived Bullers O' Buchan Halt (1899-1932), on the Boddam Branch, is in the bottom left hand corner of this 25inch map extract. Presumably it was hoped to cater for tourists visiting 'The Pot', a collapsed sea cave with a natural arch, that is still an attraction today. The single platform had a short path from the road, on the embankment that has since been removed leaving just that on the north side of the bridge. Added by Mark Bartlett. Reproduced with the permission of the National Library of Scotland http://maps.nls.uk/index.html

Location: Bullers O' Buchan Halt (former)

Original line: Boddam Branch (Great North of Scotland Railway)

Photographer: National Library of Scotland

Contact photographer: National Library of Scotland

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Date: 1914

Image number: 88192

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