News / Local In Pictures: Steam trains over the years by Callum Main 16/06/2017, 2:52 pm A large crowd with the Union of South Africa at Aberdeen Station. Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter The Blue Peter steam train on a tour from Edinburgh to Aberdeen attracted much attention. A crowd young and old gathered to watch the last train leave Inverbervie bound for Montrose The last steam passenger train leaves from Macduff in September 1951. Joan Sinclair, Susan Thomson and Lorraine Ogg were suitably attired for the 125th birthday celebrations of Aberdeen railway station are. The A4 Pacific steam engine Union of South Africa is behind. Number Three, one of the vintage shunters which Aberdeen engine lovers planned to restore. A large crowd with the Union of South Africa at Aberdeen Station. Train driver at the Ferryhill depot Angus Cameron shows off the Flying Scotsman to, from left, Matthew Smith, 3, Graham, 8, and Marion Mitchell,5, Patricia Smith with baby Rachel, and Daniel Smith, 3. The 1948 steam engine Blue Peter pulling The Aberdonian train, visited Aberdeen on a tour from Edinburgh. The locomotive Bittern arrived at Aberdeen Joint Station on its last run in September 1966. L ocomotive City of Truro on a trip to Aberdeen. The steam locomotive City of Aberdeen being loaded on to a truck for transport to the Scottish Railway Preservation Society’s Falkirk depot. Driver John Flett chats with by-standers before setting off for a trip round the harbour Stoking the boiler of A4 Pacific locomotive Osprey is fireman Danny Kennedy with driver Jimmy Edward, left, while John Cameron, centre, owner and ScotRail chairman. Driver John Flett chats with by-standers before setting off for a trip round the harbour. Sir David Stewart, the last engine to pull the Macduff to Inveramsay train out, waits for, from left, guard James Milne, fireman William Rumbles and driver John Cowie to finish their chat before heading off. Engine driver James Russell and fireman Peter Womble chat before taking a trip.