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North-east Conservative politicians have launched a campaign urging the Scottish Government to set out £200 million plans for the region's rail and infrastructure as 'an urgent priority'.
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A train between Aberdeen to Montrose was taken out of service after a traffic cone was thrown from a bridge.
(Permalink) Class 158 Cone Cove Cove Bay Crime ScotRail

Transport chiefs are facing calls to set out the next steps for the creation of two new stations in the north-east.
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Newtonhill: The somewhat spartan Newtonhill station seen in May 1960.
David Murray-Smith /05/1960


Cove Bay: View through Cove Bay station on 4 April 1961 with a breakdown train approaching on its way north. The locomotive in charge is Perth based Black 5 4-6-0 no 44720.
See David Murray-Smith 14/04/1961

New stations could be created at Kittybrewster and Bucksburn in addition to Cove where a site assessment has already been carried out.
(Permalink) Bucksburn Cove Kittybrewster New Station


Kittybrewster [2nd]: Class B1 61308 at Kittybrewster on 3.55pm Inverness-Aberdeen during the last week of steam, September 1961.
David Murray-Smith 09/09/1961


Bucksburn: View of Bucksburn station from the forecourt in 1961. This was the westbound platform building. The station had closed in 1956 but was still open to parcel traffic and the goods yard was still in oper ...
David Murray-Smith //1961


Cove Bay: View through Cove Bay station on 4 April 1961 with a breakdown train approaching on its way north. The locomotive in charge is Perth based Black 5 4-6-0 no 44720.
See David Murray-Smith 14/04/1961

An Aberdeen politician has described the 'game-changing' impact a new railway station at Cove could have on city centre footfall.
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Cove Bay: View through Cove Bay station on 4 April 1961 with a breakdown train approaching on its way north. The locomotive in charge is Perth based Black 5 4-6-0 no 44720.
See David Murray-Smith 14/04/1961

Hopes for a new railway platform in a growing Aberdeen suburb have not been hindered by the approval of dozens of homes.
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Cove: The 9.50am Perth to Aberdeen service passes Nigg Bay as it nears its final destination. Perth Black 5 44704 is in charge on 4th April 1966.
Robin McGregor 04/04/1966


Cove Bay: View through Cove Bay station on 4 April 1961 with a breakdown train approaching on its way north. The locomotive in charge is Perth based Black 5 4-6-0 no 44720.
See David Murray-Smith 14/04/1961

Almost 60 years after the widespread axing of hundreds of Scottish railway stations, proposals have been made to reverse the closures and boost the economy.
(Permalink) Cove Evanton Fraserburgh New station Newtonhill

Plans for a railways revolution in the north-east aimed at boosting commuter links to and from Aberdeen are back on track.
Transport chiefs want more frequent services for travellers heading in and out of the city for work from towns such as Inverurie and Stonehaven.
And a wish-list of new stations has been drawn up - including Kintore, Persley, Kittybrewster, Cove and Newtonhill - which is facing major expansion with a new town at Chapelton of Elsick.
(Permalink) Aberdeen Chapelton of Elsick Cove Inverurie Kintore Kittybrewster Newtonhill Persley Stonehaven


Newtonhill: Site of the former Newtonhill station between Stonehaven and Aberdeen, closed to passengers in June 1956. View north in November 2006.
John Furnevel 09/11/2006


Cove: A class 47 takes a container train north towards Aberdeen through the site of the former Cove station on 07 December 1974.
John McIntyre 07/12/1974


Kittybrewster [2nd]: B1 no 61242 Alexander Reith Gray running south wrong-line through Kittybrewster station in September 1960. The locomotive is thought to be on its way from Kittybrewster shed (the top of the coa ...
K A Gray 06/09/1960

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