Opened on the Denburn Valley Line (Great North of Scotland Railway).
Opened on the Aberdeen Guild Street (Scottish North Eastern Railway).
This is a station with five public platforms. It opened as Aberdeen Joint - jointly owned by the [[Scottish North Eastern Railway) to the south and the Great North of Scotland Railway to the north. It replaced terminal stations at Aberdeen Guild Street and Aberdeen Waterloo respectively. A poor horse-drawn street tramway link had existed between these, no substitute for a connecting line and joint station.
The station had a substantial reconstruction largely completed by 1914 and fully after the Great War.
3 to 5 are bay platforms and 6 and 7 are through platforms, both divided into north and south portions. 1 and 2 exist, but are not used for passengers.
Platforms 8 and 9 were also through platforms, but are no longer in use. The northern bay platforms, 10 to 13 have been demolished and the site redeveloped. 14 was not in passenger use.
The original joint station had a single through platform and two bays at either end, a layout similar to Perth General.
Aberdeen Guild Street
Bridge of Don
Denburn South Junction
Hutcheon Street Tunnel
Ferryhill Shed [1st]