Aberdeen MP claims north-east village being cut off from Glasgow train route [Press and Journal]





Date: 09/03/2019

Passengers in Laurencekirk have raised concerns that they have been missed out by the Aberdeen to Glasgow train, which no longer stops in the village. There have also been complaints about a reduction in direct services raised by passengers in Stonehaven. Both communities are increasingly relying on driving to Montrose to hop on a train to the central belt.


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Rail bosses are being urged to ensure passengers are not "cut off" from accessing a vital train service.

Laurencekirk - RAILSCOT

Laurencekirk

This is a two platform station. The original station building remains on the down (northbound) platform. There was a larger building on the southbound platform, also with canopy, but this has not surv

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