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The Keith and Dufftown Railway is an eleven mile line linking the World's Malt Whisky Capital, Dufftown, to the market town of Keith.
This website gives full details of our services, timetables and special events, click the appropriate links on the menu to the left, or contact us if you require any further information. Click on "Contacts" for a list of useful phone numbers.
We hope you enjoy your electronic visit - do come to see us for real at Dufftown Station, Dufftown, Banffshire.
Please note Keith has 2 stations, Scotrail Keith station and KDRA Keith Town station. KDRA Keith Town station is on the A96 close to the church and opposite the Factory Outlet Shop, watch out for our signs.
Attention SATNAV users
Post Code for Dufftown Station is AB55 4BA Post Code for Keith Town Station is AB55 5BR
LOCO SHED APPEAL
“LIGHT HEARTED LINES”
A BOOK OF RAILWAY MEMORIES, ANECDOTES AND STORIES FROM THE 1960s AND 1970s FROM INVERNESS THROUGH THE HIGHLANDS AND NORTH EAST OF SCOTLAND
BY KDRA MEMBER - DAVID FASKEN
ALL PROCEEDS FROM THE BOOK WILL BE DIRECTED TO THE KEITH & DUFFTOWN RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVE SHED APPEAL
AVAILABLE FROM KEITH TOWN STATION SHOP AND DUFFTOWN STATION BOOKING OFFICE ONLY £10
OR BUY DIRECT FROM THE AUTHOR - David R. Fasken, St Margaret’s Rectory, Forgue, Huntly, Aberdeenshire, AB54 6DQ for only £10 (including post & packing to UK addresses)
Please make cheques payable to “David R. Fasken”
A RAILWAY BOOK WITH A DIFFERENCE! INCLUDING HITHERTO UNPUBLISHED PHOTOGRAPHS AND RAILWAY FACTS
THIS IS A BOOK TO BE ENJOYED WITH A DRAM!
We are very pleased to announce that the appeal has now reached and exceeded our target! A very large and heart felt thank you to all whose donations enabled us to reach our target. In 2013 we had hoped to have a grand opening of the shed where we had hoped to meet those who made it all possible. However, this will not now be the case and we will provide an update on the situation in 2014.
We have closed the Shed Appeal but continue with a Track Appeal to raise funds for the second track in the shed.
For details of the appeal use Appeals link to the left or click this link: Appeals
Website last updated 15/04/2014. Changes to News page and Events page.