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Original Guild Street Station

Historic Photographs
Léa Moreau
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Original Guild Street Station
Historic Photographs
Original Guild Street Station
The original Guild Street Station had two platforms to accommodate four services to the south and three to Deeside. The goods station is to the right.

In 1854 The Great North of Scotland Railway after years of struggle to raise capital opened between Kittybrewster and Huntly; from 1858 this became part of a through route to Inverness. In April 1856 it extended passenger services from Kittybrewster to Waterloo Quay using a line built on the bed of the old Aberdeenshire Canal.

Connecting the two Aberdeen termini, which were about a half mile apart, were railway tracks laid along the quayside and suitable for horse-haulage only.
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