August 19, 2020, 3:39 pmUpdated: August 19, 2020, 3:45 pm
People gathered in railway stations, at a Moray church and an Aberdeenshire signal box to pay tribute to those who died in the Stonehaven train derailment.
A minute’s silence was observed at all stations in Scotland at 9.43am – the time the incident was reported exactly one week ago – to mark the passing of Brett McCullough, Donald Dinnie, and Christopher Stuchbury.
People also gathered outside Burghead’s Church of Scotland in tribute to Christopher Stuchbury – where Beadle Piper Patrick Glendinning played.
Wreaths and flowers were laid near the Carmont signal box, where people held two minutes of silence.