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15/10/20 - Kintore Station

KINTORE, SCOTLAND - OCTOBER 15: Rail services return to the Aberdeenshire town of Kintore after almost 60 years. The new station also has the largest electric vehicle charging location in north-east Scotland, with 24 of its 168 spaces fitted with charging points. Pictured: Councillors Jim Gifford, Peter Argyle, Glen Reid and Aberdeenshire Provost Bill Howatson on October 15, 2020, in Kintore, Scotland. (Picture by Paul Reid / SNS Group)
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    Paul Reid / SNS Group
    KINTORE, SCOTLAND - OCTOBER 15: Rail services return to the Aberdeenshire town of Kintore after almost 60 years. The new station also has the largest electric vehicle charging location in north-east Scotland, with 24 of its 168 spaces fitted with charging points. Pictured: Councillors Jim Gifford, Peter Argyle, Glen Reid and Aberdeenshire Provost Bill Howatson on October 15, 2020, in Kintore, Scotland. (Picture by Paul Reid / SNS Group)
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    Paul Reid / SNS Group
    KINTORE, SCOTLAND - OCTOBER 15: Rail services return to the Aberdeenshire town of Kintore after almost 60 years. The new station also has the largest electric vehicle charging location in north-east Scotland, with 24 of its 168 spaces fitted with charging points. Pictured: Aberdeenshire Provost Bill Howatson on October 15, 2020, in Kintore, Scotland. (Picture by Paul Reid / SNS Group)
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    Paul Reid / SNS Group
    KINTORE, SCOTLAND - OCTOBER 15: Rail services return to the Aberdeenshire town of Kintore after almost 60 years. The new station also has the largest electric vehicle charging location in north-east Scotland, with 24 of its 168 spaces fitted with charging points. Pictured: (left to right) Aberdeenshire Provost Bill Howatson with Robert McGregor Transport Officer on October 15, 2020, in Kintore, Scotland. (Picture by Paul Reid / SNS Group)
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    Paul Reid / SNS Group
    KINTORE, SCOTLAND - OCTOBER 15: Rail services return to the Aberdeenshire town of Kintore after almost 60 years. The new station also has the largest electric vehicle charging location in north-east Scotland, with 24 of its 168 spaces fitted with charging points, on October 15, 2020, in Kintore, Scotland. (Picture by Paul Reid / SNS Group)
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    Paul Reid / SNS Group
    KINTORE, SCOTLAND - OCTOBER 15: Rail services return to the Aberdeenshire town of Kintore after almost 60 years. The new station also has the largest electric vehicle charging location in north-east Scotland, with 24 of its 168 spaces fitted with charging points. Pictured: Councillors Jim Gifford, Peter Argyle, Glen Reid and Aberdeenshire Provost Bill Howatson on October 15, 2020, in Kintore, Scotland. (Picture by Paul Reid / SNS Group)
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    Paul Reid / SNS Group
    KINTORE, SCOTLAND - OCTOBER 15: Rail services return to the Aberdeenshire town of Kintore after almost 60 years. The new station also has the largest electric vehicle charging location in north-east Scotland, with 24 of its 168 spaces fitted with charging points. Pictured: (left to right) Station manager Steve Ewen with Robert McGregor, Strategic Transport Officer on October 15, 2020, in Kintore, Scotland. (Picture by Paul Reid / SNS Group)