The Grampian Transport Museum powered through the wet weather yesterday for its popular annual steam day.
Grampian Transport Museum
Grampian Transport Museum will host an afternoon of steam-powered family fun this weekend.
A group of Scottish veterans with sight loss have enjoyed a day out at Grampian Transport Museum.
You only turn 60 once, and the Grampian Transport Museum in Alford certainly knows how to put on a party.
New funding scheme pays off with classical concert in Aberdeen and historic invention recreated at Grampian Transport Museum
A "pioneering" programme linking the north-east's business and cultural sectors has brought classical music to Aberdeen and allowed a transport museum to recreate a 19th century motor.
Love them or hate them, electric cars are big news.
A team of Deeside school pupils have beaten their north-east rivals to a Scottish electric car racing crown.
War machines from all throughout history rumbled through Aberdeenshire yesterday for the annual military vehicle tattoo at the Grampian Transport Museum.
While most children spend their Saturday mornings watching cartoons or playing computer games, Adam Collie is hard at work.
This weekend is certainly set to be a busy one for north-east car enthusiasts, with two large rallies gearing up for a full couple of days.
Owners and collectors of military vehicles have been urged to take them along to Grampian Transport Museum next month.
Dozens of classic cars rolled into the north-east to be showcased to vintage motoring fans.
Car fans are getting themselves revved up for a vintage car display this weekend.
Grampian Transport Museum (GTM) has some great exhibits and a private track to drive them on.
Emily Findlay has impressed many people across the north-east of Scotland with her resilience in dealing with serious illness.
For being the curator of a museum dedicated to transport, Mike Ward is unusually cheerful about what he calls “the end of the motoring era”.
A north-east safety group is sponsoring 12 young individuals from Banff Academy to take part in a scheme to make them more award of the hazards on the roads.
A piece of the north-east's distant transport past has been returned home to be brought back to its former glory.
A famous toy manufacturer has made a miniature replica of a legendary north-east police car, which has become a top attraction since being brought back to the region.
Eight of the north-east’s top tourist attractions have joined forces again to boost tourism during the winter months.
Adventurous Aberdeenshire boys who launched a toy pirate ship into the Atlantic now hope to circumnavigate the globe
The adventurous owners of a toy pirate ship which was launched from the north-east to fulfil a childhood Sand Bucket List have been buoyed by news it was spotted just a few weeks ago near Barbados.
A fleet of vintage vehicles made their way to the Grampian Transport Museum yesterday for some family fun.
A thunderous rumble suddenly breaks the silence on Doug Matheson’s Portsoy farm, as he roars out of the garage on a 1954 Austin Champ.
Alford basked in sunshine yesterday as a collection of vintage vehicles rolled into the north-east community.
A young north-east woman who has been fighting cancer for the last eight years has organised a revved-up occasion for sick children and their families and the nurses and doctors who have helped in their treatment.
A tourism group set off on the new NE250 driving route in a convoy of vintage vehicles yesterday.
Syd Fraser may be retired but he still has plenty to keep him busy, including an unpredictable 1,000-mile trip across Italy in a car which is 70 years old.
It has been 34 years since Mike Ward first stepped foot in Grampian Transport Museum (GTM), having come on board to help make a fledgling idea a reality.
Hundreds of train enthusiasts went full steam ahead to a north-east museum yesterday to get a first-hand look at the country's railway heritage.
Grampian Transport Museum is preparing to hold its last event of the season, and is calling on all steam engine enthusiasts to come forward.
A new initiative has been launched to give tourists and locals a greater chance to experience the history and heritage of the north-east.
Tributes have been paid to a 22-year-old north mechanic with a “bright future” who was killed after crashing during a vehicle testing session.