Location Identity ?

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  1. curly42

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  3. Track Basher

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    The sign on the platform says "Inver......"

    I would suggest Inverurie
     
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    I'm pretty sure that is Inverurie.
     
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    I've only ever been through Inverurie once, 26 years ago, and I can't remember anything about it. However, it definitely isn't Inverness, Invergordon, Inverkeithing, Inverkip or Invershin, so Inverurie looks a good shout.
     
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    Inverurie, looking towards Inverness
     
  7. curly42

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    Now positivelly confirmed as Inverurie,so it would have been Summer 1969.

    Thanks guys.
     
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    I love those high-capacity telegraph poles, with their cross beams and cermic insulators. There must be over 20 circuits on those poles - just think how many simulataneous phone calls these would have enabled between Inverness and Aberdeen (or Dundee. or Edinburgh. or to foreign lands south of that)!
     
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    Looking at the one nearest, it looks like there's 47 in total.
    They're certainly an impressive sight.
     
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