This terminus was in the east of Fraserburgh close to the quaysides of the harbour.
The Museum of Scottish Lighthouses is in the north of the town.
Kirkton Bridge Halt
Philorth Bridge Halt
Pitfour Curling Club Platform
Abbey of Deer Halt
| Fraserburgh Shed|
Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Works
Sandhaven Meal Mill
Kinnaird Head Castle Lighthouse and Museum
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
A narrow gauge 'Fraserburgh Beach Train' was formerly located near the esplanade bringing the total number of railways in the town to 3!
|23/07/1858||Formartine and Buchan Railway|
Act receives Royal ascent. (Dyce to Peterhead, Mintlaw to Fraserburgh, branch to Ellon).
|21/07/1863||Formartine and Buchan Railway|
Junction for Fraserburgh re-authorised as Maud in place of Mintlaw.
|24/04/1865||Formartine and Buchan Railway|
Maud to Fraserburgh opened.
|01/05/1903||St Combs Light Railway (Great North of Scotland Railway)|
Line opened from Fraserburgh (Formartine and Buchan Railway) to St Combs. Stations opened at: Cairnbulg, Philorth Bridge and St Combs.
|/ /1948||Formartine and Buchan Railway|
Fraserburgh section becomes main line and Peterhead line becomes branch.
|/ /1955||Formartine and Buchan Railway|
Fraserburgh station roof cut back.
|07/11/1960||St Combs Light Railway (Great North of Scotland Railway)|
St Combs to Fraserburgh closed to freight.
|04/05/1965||St Combs Light Railway (Great North of Scotland Railway)|
St Combs to Fraserburgh closed to passengers. (Alternative date 3/5/1964).
|02/10/1965||Formartine and Buchan Railway|
Fraserburgh to Dyce junction closed to passengers. (Alternative date 4/10/1965).
|27/06/1966||Formartine and Buchan Railway|
Fraserburgh signal box closed.
|06/10/1979||Formartine and Buchan Railway|
Closed to freight between Dyce junction (excluded) and Fraserburgh.