Britain >Northern Scotland >Dyce Aberdeen


Collected date 16/06/04

Dyce itself isn't much of a place, but it gets its modern importance from Aberdeen Airport and the oil businesses that fill its industrial estates. The rail station is actually on the wrong side of the airport, necessitating a taxi ride to get between the two.

Once the junction for routes to Fraserburgh and Peterhead, all that remains at Dyce is the line from Aberdeen to Inverness. Here we look West towards Inverness:

Looking East back towards Aberdeen. The line to Fraserburgh joined the main line just behind the signal box, running with two more platforms on the left where the car park is now.