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Cullen: View looking south over Cullen harbour, former line of railway and its viaducts behind town.
Moray Coast Railway
Ewan Crawford [//] Ref: 733


Cullen: An eastbound mixed freight and passenger train approaching Cullen on the former Great North of Scotland Moray Coast line on 29th August 1961 behind an NBL Type 2 locomotive. The ...
Moray Coast Railway
Frank Spaven Collection (Courtesy David Spaven) [29/08/1961] Ref: 30341


Cullen: September 1961, in former Great North of Scotland Railway territory. A mixed goods train from Elgin heading towards Aberdeen skirts the Moray Coast town of Cullen, hauled by one of ...
Moray Coast Railway
Frank Spaven Collection (Courtesy David Spaven) [/09/1961] Ref: 26313


Cullen: Viaduct west of Cullen on the Moray Coast line on 25 March 1973.
Moray Coast Railway
John McIntyre [25/03/1973] Ref: 22659


Cullen: A view of Cullen on the former Moray Coast Line.The photo was taken from the longest viaduct and the rising curve of the line can be seen. The station was ...
Moray Coast Railway
John Gray [/08/1996] Ref: 9251


Cullen: The Great North of Scotland Railway was denied easy access to Cullen as The Earl of Seafield, being a director of the Highland Railway, refused to allow it to cross ...
Moray Coast Railway
John Gray [22/10/2009] Ref: 25932


Cullen: Immediately west of Cullen Station was this four arch viaduct which crosses the main road, the only way to get all the arches in the picture was to stand in ...
Moray Coast Railway
John Gray [22/10/2009] Ref: 25934


Cullen: The main eight arch viaduct on the approach to Cullen from Portknockie. Picture taken from the next viaduct in line.
Moray Coast Railway
John Gray [22/10/2009] Ref: 25936