Rehearsals have begun ahead of an eagerly-anticipated play about the Inverurie locomotive works.
It has been 50 years since the depot – described as the “heart” of the north-east town – closed its doors.
End of the Line, created by the Mitchell School of Drama in collaboration with the Garioch Heritage Centre, will offer an insight into life in the works.
Performances will take place in the building’s carriage and wagon repair shop.
And the cast who make up the “loco boys” and “Tait’s quines” – the latter of whom were employed at the Inverurie Paper Mill – this week got to see inside the historic building their play will be staged in.
Rhona Mitchell said: “Rehearsals are now well under way and we’re all very excited to see audience reaction.
“It’s so different doing a piece that uses a whole building but we were in the Garioch Heritage Centre last Sunday and feel it’s really coming alive in the space.
“Tickets are still available but selling fast.”
End of the Line will show five times between December 7 and 9.
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