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Dyce Junction Station, Aberdeen
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Dyce Junction Station, Aberdeen

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Dyce Junction Station, Aberdeen
Historic Photographs
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Dyce Junction Station, Aberdeen
Dyce Junction Station, Aberdeen, c.1910, with the large suburban signal box in the foreground. The main line is situated on the left of the box. The "Buchan Line" to Peterhead and Fraserburgh via Maud Junction can be seen in the background. The locomotive here illustrated is a G.N.S.R. 4-4-0, a type of locomotive used throughout G.N.S.R. territory. This particular train is heading towards Aberdeen with passenger coaches in tow. The Great North believed in 4-4-0s to the extent that they owned few locomotives of other wheel arrangements.
Dyce
Transport, Railways
I17_10
Aberdeen Local Studies
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