GNSRA, Great North of Scotland Railway Coat of Arms.
GNSR OMNIBUS SERVICES
Elgin and Macduff
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Commenced 17 June 1929. Short workings were a feature of the Portgordon to Cullen section, with some other workings extended to Macduff. Transferred to Scottish General (Northern) Omnibus Co. on 16 February 1930.
Fare Stage

Mileage

Location

Elgin

0

NJ 217 628

Lhanbryde

(3½)

NJ 272 612

Fochabers

(8¾)

NJ 345 586

Portgordon

(13¾)

NJ 394 643

Buckle

(16)

NJ 429 659

Findochty

(18¼)

NJ 464 677

Portknockie

(19¾)

NJ 466 685

Cullen

(22)

NJ 513 671

Portsoy

(26¾)

NJ 590 660

Whitehills

(32¼)

NJ 655 655

Banff

(34¾)

NJ 686 647

Macduff

(35¾)

NJ 704 646

[1] Ballater and Braemar [2] Udny and Methlick [3] Huntly and Aberchirder [4] Culter, Echt and Midmar
[5] Alford, Strathdon and Cockbridge [6] Aberdeen, Echt, Midmar, Dunecht, Cluny and Midmar [7] Aberdeen and Newburgh [8] Ballindalloch to Tomintoul
[9] Ballater and Cockbridge [10] Fraserburgh, Rosehearty and New Aberdour [11] Aberchirder and Turriff [12] Aberchirder and Banff
[13] Aberdeen and Inverurie [14] Aberdeen, Alford and Strathdon [15] Elgin and Macduff [16] Aberdeen and Braemar
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