Samiksha Jaiswal

Aberdeen Waterloo railway station

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Place  Aberdeen
Pre-grouping  GNoSR
Area  Aberdeen
Post-grouping  LNER
Aberdeen Waterloo railway station httpswwwrailscotcoukcachethumbnails1100
1 April 1856  Station opened to replace Aberdeen Kittybrewster
4 November 1867  Station closed and replaced by Aberdeen Joint
Original company  Great North of Scotland Railway
Similar  Schoolhill railway station, Kittybrewster railway station, Keith railway station, Dyce railway station, Aberdeen railway station

Aberdeen Waterloo station opened on 1 April 1856 to serve the Great North of Scotland Railway main line to Keith. It was located on Waterloo Quay in the city centre. It closed to passengers in 1867 once Aberdeen Joint opened, but the track remains in use as a freight siding for the docks. The passenger station buildings were demolished in the 1960s.

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Aberdeen Waterloo railway station Wikipedia


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