Location type


Name and dates

Macduff (1872-1951)

Opened on the Macduff Extension (Great North of Scotland Railway).


This was the terminus of the line from Inveramsay. This terminus replaced the earlier one, less well sited to the south, at Macduff (Banff).

The station building remains in use. The platform was an island with two platform faces - that to the east had a loop and was covered by the trainshed. To the east adjoining the trainshed was a goods shed.

The locomotive shed, with two roads, is to the south and remains intact.

Track was lifted around 1961.

To the west, across the River Deveron, was another terminus, Banff.

The station was a chandlery and is now a shop and restaurant The Platform, Macduff .


Macduff Aquarium is to the east for the former station, close to the harbour.


Terminus station

External links

Canmore site record
NLS Collection OS map of 1892-1914
NLS Collection OS map of 1944-67