Note: text in square brackets is added for clarity and was not part of the location's name.Opened on the Aberdeen Waterloo Extension (Great North of Scotland Railway).
This was an intermediary station in the north of Aberdeen. This station replaced the terminus Aberdeen Kittybrewster and was build to its direct east on the extension to Aberdeen Waterloo, which was much closer to the city centre.
Kittybrewster [1st] was replaced by Kittybrewster [2nd] which was just to the west in a similar position to Aberdeen Kittybrewster, opened on the Denburn Valley Line (Great North of Scotland Railway) which finally connected the GNSR to the main line to the south with a true railway, rather than a street tramway.
Nothing remains of the station which closed as long ago as 1867.
Aberdeen Guild Street
Bridge of Don
| Kittybrewster Goods|
Norco Butchers Factory
Hutcheon Street Tunnel
Spring Garden Iron Works
St Machar^s Cathedral Transepts
Aberdeen Art Gallery
Union Terrace Gardens
Palace Hotel [Aberdeen]
Aberdeen Maritime Museum
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