Old Photograph Railway Station Strichen Scotland
Old photograph of the railway station in Strichen village located eight miles from Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. This Scottish village got its name from Lord Strichen. It is situated on the River Ugie at the foothills of Mormond Hill. The Strichen White Horse is constructed of quartz on Mormond Hill. Scotland's First Minister, Alex Salmond MSP, lives in a converted mill in the village with his wife Moira. Strichen railway station closed in 1965.
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