Brucklay [2nd] (1865-1965)
Opened on the Formartine and Buchan Railway.
Note: text in square brackets is added for clarity and was not part of the location's name.
This was the second station named Brucklay. Brucklay [1st] ultimately became called Maud. Both stations were named for Brucklay Castle which was to the south west of the second station, slightly further north west of the original.
The station had two platforms and a passing loop. The main station building was on the northbound platform, which was the original as when the station first opened there was no loop.
The goods yard was on the west side, accessed from the north.
The trackbed is now a footpath. The station building is now a house.
Bucklay Castle is now a ruin, the roof of which was removed in 1953. During the Second World War it was used for billeting by the army.
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|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|