A vintage sign that once welcomed rail passengers to Kintore could be given pride of place once again when the Aberdeenshire community’s railway station reopens after more than 50 years.
Train services out of Britain’s busiest station were suspended on Thursday evening after a man was seen chasing a dog along electrified tracks.
30 years on: Flashback to the day the Ness viaduct collapsed and the far north was cut off from the rest of Scotland
The rain has been lashing down in Inverness this week, but at least we can be thankful it's nowhere near as bad as this was.
Gillian Martin yesterday called for the re-opening of the Formartine to Buchan railway line in the wake of SNP’s declaration of a climate emergency.
The first minister has been warned “warm words are not good enough” after renewing a pledge to improve rail links between Aberdeen and the Central Belt.
Network Rail workers have successfully completed the first phase of railway signal improvements between Aberdeen and Stonehaven.
Network Rail has completed an £18 million programme of improvements on Scotland’s railway lines.
Passengers wanting to catch a train from a Highland station are being left stranded due to a signalling convention on the railway.
A broken down train is causing major disruption to north and north-east train commuters this morning.
ScotRail's under-fire boss has vowed to visit Aberdeen to address a rising tide of complaints, following another day of chaos for customers in the north-east.
Disgruntled rail passengers faced yet another Monday morning with travel disruption after a string of train cancellations.
Nicola Sturgeon’s government should “go back to the drawing board” when it comes to its promise to improve rail links between Aberdeen and the Central Belt, the Conservatives have said.
A much-lauded new ScotRail timetable was thrown into disarray on only its second day yesterday as a signalling fault at Aberdeen combined with staff shortages to cause travel chaos.
Passengers have been frustrated by a reduced rail service between Aberdeen and Stonehaven one week on from a derailment which caused days of disruption in the north-east.
A business fears it will sustain long-term damage if a north-east council fails to replace a soon to be demolished bridge.
Emergency services have been called to the centre of Aberdeen amid reports that a man has fallen from Union Bridge onto the railway tracks beneath.
Plans to improve train journeys between Aberdeen and the south of England have been shelved amid a massive review of the UK’s rail industry.
Staff shortages caused chaos for train passengers as Scotrail had to scrap services across the north and north-east yesterday morning.
The Artline Open Doors event this weekend is opening the way to some truly special spaces along Fife’s East Coast Railway line.
Plans for a railway station serving Inverness Airport are steaming ahead.
A group of Aberdeen rail enthusiasts have received a funding boost to cover urgent repairs to a 19th century engine shed.
An era has come to an end at Elgin railway station with the demolition of a signal box that has stood by the tracks for 70 years.
Proposals to reintroduce the Buchan railway from Aberdeen to Peterhead and Fraserburgh have been given a boost – with the SNP pledging to debate the idea at its party conference.
Former First Minister Alex Salmond has come under fire for a history of "broken promises" on transport investment after pledging to bring the railway back to Buchan
A railway engineer working in Forres has been banned from the roads after being caught behind the wheel almost four times the alcohol limit.
The team behind an ambitious bid to reopen a north-east railway line as a multimillion-pound tourist attraction have appealed for volunteers to help them to keep steaming ahead.
A north-east railway museum, celebrating the history of a line which controversially closed 50 years ago, will reopen to the public this week.
A section of a former north-east railway ha been granted special protection as the campaign to reopen the line steams ahead.
A national transport charity has called on the Scottish Government to protect the former Buchan railway line and cut the bill of reinstating the route by tens of millions of pounds.
Multimillion-pound proposals to reintroduce a railway line north of Aberdeen and upgrade the region's busiest road have taken a step forward.
Plans have been lodged for a housing development which could increase the population of a north-east community by 20% and leave space for a new railway.
The architects of an ambitious initiative to reopen a north-east railway line as a multimillion-pound tourist attraction have organised a public meeting to gauge local interest.