A Boys’ Brigade group has helped to spruce up a north-east train station.
The team from the 53rd company visited Dyce Railway Station, where the battalion is based, in order to carry out work.
They refurbished the train and blue flower planters at the station, and were joined by Chief Constable Paul Crowther of the British Transport Police and colleagues who were interested in the work of Dyce Adopt A Station.
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ScotRail runs the adopt a station programme for all of its railway stations, which encourages people to volunteer and maintain the environment.
Through the initiative, a wide range of uses have been created, including garden displays, charity bookshops and model railway clubs.