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Inverurie Heritage Centre calls for Kintore Station memories for a new exhibition


By David Porter


The new Kintore Station is due to open in May, the original station having been closed as part of the rail cutbacks in the 1960s.

Work is progressing well ahead of the opening of Kintore station.
Work is progressing well ahead of the opening of Kintore station.

In celebration of this important development, the Garioch Heritage Centre in Inverurie is planning an exhibition about Kintore Station to run at the centre between April and June this year.

As part of this they are looking to create a Kintore Station Timeline that tells the story of its original opening in 1854 to its reopening in 2020.

The aim is to include historical pictures of the old station.

The organisers of the exhibition are looking for your help.

Do you have:

• Memories of the old station

• Photographs of the old station

• Any information on the campaign to reopen the station from a local perspective?

If you do, please contact Joanna.duck@aecom.com



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