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TITLE
Instructions for the Royal Train
EXTERNAL ID
Z_KIGHF_7_13
PERIOD
1880s
SOURCE
Highland Folk Museum
ASSET ID
7462
KEYWORDS
trains
Royal Train
signals
railways
transport
Royalty
timetables
Instructions for the Royal Train

Time Bill and Instructions for Royal Train from Aberdeen to Ballater on Saturday 21st May, 1881.

This is a timetable for the Royal Train on its journey from Aberdeen-Ferryhill Junction to Ballater station. There are specific instructions for the Royal Train and others on the line that day. Below the specific train instruction there are 'General Special Instructions' which include instructions on security and signalling for the smooth running of the journey.
The document is issued by W Moffat, the General Manager at Aberdeen.

Queen Victoria enjoyed visiting the Highlands and her many visits created considerable interest in the area

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Instructions for the Royal Train

1880s

trains; Royal Train; signals; railways; transport; Royalty; timetables

Highland Folk Museum

Highland Folk Museum (documents)

Time Bill and Instructions for Royal Train from Aberdeen to Ballater on Saturday 21st May, 1881.<br /> <br /> This is a timetable for the Royal Train on its journey from Aberdeen-Ferryhill Junction to Ballater station. There are specific instructions for the Royal Train and others on the line that day. Below the specific train instruction there are 'General Special Instructions' which include instructions on security and signalling for the smooth running of the journey.<br /> The document is issued by W Moffat, the General Manager at Aberdeen.<br /> <br /> Queen Victoria enjoyed visiting the Highlands and her many visits created considerable interest in the area