Scores of residents got the first glimpse of a soon-to-be-opened £12.2 million railway station.
More than 200 people visited the exhibition on display in Kintore and left feedback with the project bosses.
The new plans show space for parking 166 cars, two electric car charging points, cycle storage, motorcycle parking bays and a taxi rank alongside a bus stop.
The pre-application exhibition took place at The Bothie in Kintore and was jointly hosted by Network Rail and Aberdeenshire Council.
The station closed in the 1960s, but is being reinstated as part of the Aberdeen to Inverness mainline upgrade project.
Network Rail’s senior project sponsor Graeme Stewart said: “We are planning a regular service every 30 minutes between Aberdeen and Inverurie which would increase to 15 minutes at peak times.”
The upgrade of track between Aberdeen and Dyce is in preparation and a planned 14-week line closure will start May 12.