Aberdeen Kittybrewster railway station
|Original company||Great North of Scotland Railway|
|20 September 1854||Station opened|
|1 April 1856||Station closed and replaced by Aberdeen Waterloo and Kittybrewster|
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Aberdeen Kittybrewster station opened on 20 September 1854 to serve the Great North of Scotland Railway main line to Keith. It closed to passengers in 1856 once Aberdeen Waterloo opened and Kittybrewster (on the link to the Aberdeen Railway. The track remains in use as a freight siding for the docks.
The station was 19 chains (380 m) south of the junction between the main line and the branch line to the docks, near where the A96 Powis Terrace now crosses the line.
- Butt (1995), page 12
- Butt (1995), page 136
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