Maud Railway Museum

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Maud Railway Museum celebrates and promotes interest in the days when the railway line from Aberdeen to Peterhead and Fraserburgh was running and is housed in the former station buildings at Maud Junction in rural Aberdeenshire.

All the tracks to and from Maud are now cycle and foot paths.

In the village beside the station there is the local shop which serves hot snacks to eat in an outdoor seated picnic area.

There is wheelchair access to all parts of the building.

Free Admission

Many visitors arrive by bicycle on the Buchan and Formartine Way—as the railway track is now known. However Maud Station has two car parks as well so there’s no need to get the bike out!

  • Opening Times
    The museum is open monthly from April to October from 10am till 4pm on the second weekend of the month (only).
  • Facilities
    • Toilets
    • Child Friendly
    • Parking

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