16th May 1964

Queen's College Railway & Transport Society
Flying Scotsman Rail Tour

Loco Used 4472 'Flying Scotsman'

Route :

Loco Route
4472 Edinburgh Waverley - Haymarket - Dalmeny - Inverkeithing - Dunfermline Lower - Cowdenbeath - Kelty - Kinross Junction - Glenfarg - Bridge of Earn - Hilton Jn - Perth - Stanley - Coupar Angus - Alyth Junction - Forfar - Guthrie Jn - Glasterlaw - Bridge of Dun - Kinnaber Jn - Stonehaven - Aberdeen
4472 Aberdeen - Stonehaven - Kinnaber Jn - Montrose - Arbroath - Carnoustie - Broughty Ferry - Dundee (Tay Bridge) - Leuchars Junction - Ladybank - Thornton Junction - Kirkcaldy - Burntisland - Inverkeithing - Dalmeny - Haymarket - Edinburgh Waverley

Notes :
(1) Queen's College R&TS was part of St Andrews University (Dundee University from 1967).


A ticket, from John Robin.

Sources : David Whittaker & John Robin

Timings (Booked & Actual)
(from John Robin)

Location Booked Actual
Edinburgh Waverley 09.50d 09.50
Haymarket 09/54 09/54
Dalmeny 10/05 10/03
Forth Bridge North 10/08 10/07
Inverkeithing 10/13 10/11
Dunfermline Lower 10/20 10/19
Cowdenbeath 10/35 10/33
Kinross Junction 10/52 10/50
Glenfarg 11/01 11/01
Bridge of Earn 11/09 11/08
Hilton Jn 11/11 11/10
Perth 11.25a ~ 11.25d 11.14 ~ 11.25
Stanley 11/35 11/34
Coupar Angus 11/44 11/42
Alyth Junction 11/49 11/47
Forfar 12/02 11/59
Guthrie Jn 12/11 12/08
Bridge of Dun 12/20 12/15
Kinnaber Jn 12/26 12/19
Laurencekirk 12/36 12/28
Stonehaven 12/52 12/44
Aberdeen 13.14a ~ 17.22d 13.13 ~ 17.21
Stonehaven 17/46 17/47
Laurencekirk 18/04 18/04
Kinnaber Jn 18/14 18/13
Montrose 18/18 18/16
Usan 18/24 18/21
Arbroath 18/39 18/32
Broughty Ferry 18/55 18/53
Camperdown Jn 19/01 18/59
Dundee Tay Bridge 19.04 ~ 19.09 19.02 ~ 19.10
Tay Bridge South 19/17 19/18
Leuchars Junction 19/25 19/24
Cupar 19/34 19/32
Ladybank 19/42 19/38
Thornton Junction 19/58 19/51
Kirkcaldy 20/09 20/06
Burntisland 20/19 20/16
Inverkeithing 20/32 20/29
Forth Bridge North 20/38 20/32
Dalmeny 20/41 20/36
Haymarket 20/53 20/46
Edinburgh Waverley 20.57a 20.50


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