Aberdeen railway station

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Aberdeen
Aberdeen station 01, August 2013.JPG
Concourse at Aberdeen station.
Location
Place Aberdeen
Local authority Aberdeen City Council
Coordinates 57°08′37″N 2°05′55″W / 57.1436°N 2.0985°W / 57.1436; -2.0985Coordinates: 57°08′37″N 2°05′55″W / 57.1436°N 2.0985°W / 57.1436; -2.0985
Grid reference NJ941058
Operations
Station code ABD
Managed by Abellio ScotRail
Platforms in use 7 (1 platform out of use)
Live arrivals/departures and station information from National Rail
History
Original company Denburn Valley Line
Pre-grouping CR & GNoSR
Post-grouping LMS & LNER
4 November 1867 Station opened as Aberdeen Joint to replace Aberdeen Guild Street and Aberdeen Waterloo[1]
1913–1916 Rebuilt
1952 Renamed Aberdeen[1]
2007–2008 Major refurbishment
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Aberdeen railway station is a railway station in Aberdeen, Scotland, UK. It first opened in 1867.

Rail services[change | change source]

Preceding station National Rail Following station
Stonehaven   CrossCountry
Cross Country Network
  Terminus
Portlethen   First ScotRail
Edinburgh to Aberdeen Line
  Dyce
Stonehaven   First ScotRail
Caledonian Sleeper
  Terminus
Terminus   First ScotRail
Aberdeen to Inverness Line
  Dyce
Stonehaven   East Coast
East Coast Main Line
  Terminus
Historical railways
Cove Bay
Line open; Station closed
  Aberdeen Railway   Terminus
Holburn Street
Line and Station closed
  Deeside Railway   Terminus
Terminus   Denburn Valley Line   Schoolhill
Line open; Station closed

References[change | change source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Butt (1995), page 12