The busy station employed men as shunters to connect and
disconnect both passenger carriages and cattle wagons.
They were provided with a bothy with a corrugated iron roof
against the wall here.
It was convenient for the long sidings where cattle wagons
were stored as well as the point where passenger trains
were split for Peterhead and Fraserburgh.
photo Sandy Murdoch, GNSRA collection
An ex-LMS tank engine near here in the early 1950's (above).
Inverurie's drawing of the bothy (below)