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Campaign for North East Rail (CNER) has confirmed its commitment to retaining cycle paths on the Formartine and Buchan Way and the Deeside Way.
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Maud: The Fraserburgh platforms at Maud Junction looking south towards Aberdeen on 27 May 2012, with trees and shrubs continuing to encroach. Difficult now to imagine passengers for the Broch and Peterhead, ...
Brian Taylor 27/05/2012


Ellon: Approaching Ellon in June 1974.
John McIntyre 01/06/1974


Banchory [2nd]: An oft repeated scene at Banchory on the Royal Deeside line in the summer of 1965, where an Aberdeen - Ballater DMU has arrived at the westbound platform. Pupils from Banchory Academy board the train, ...
Frank Spaven Collection (Courtesy David Spaven) //1965

Proposals to turn a former railway station in Aberdeen into a new cafe have been lodged with the local authority.
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Cults: View east at Cults in February 1997, when the two platforms were overgrown but still visible.
Ewan Crawford 04/02/1997


Cults: Cults Station building dating from 1894 replaced the original structure from 1853 (which had been moved on a train from its original location a few hundred yards east in 1855). It has the typical pien ...
Charlie Niven 20/06/2016


Cults: The BMU passing Cults station on 13.55 Aberdeen to Ballater service on 18th April 1960.
David Murray-Smith 18/04/1960

Nestrans has been successful in applying for funding which will allow substantial improvements to be made to one of the region's favourite walking and cycling routes. £250,000 of support from Sustrans Scotland will fund work that will increase the width of the path along The Deeside Way, supporting safe physical distancing for those using the route. The shared-use path, which is part of National Cycle Network Route 195, connects several communities along its 41 mile length, and serves as a popular active travel route for locals and visitors alike.
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Cults: Cults Station building dating from 1894 replaced the original structure from 1853 (which had been moved on a train from its original location a few hundred yards east in 1855). It has the typical pien ...
Charlie Niven 20/06/2016


Cambus o^ May: What is now 'The Deeside Way' passing the former station at Cambus o' May in November 2005. The view along the old trackbed is east towards Aberdeen.
John Furnevel 05/11/2005


Murtle: View east along the Deeside Way towards Aberdeen at Murtle on a beautiful autumn day in November 2012. Opened in 1853, Murtle station was reduced to a Halt in 1930, before closing in April 1937. The o ...
Brian Taylor 11/11/2012

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