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Pie and Pint Evening

Tickets are now available for this event at 7pm on Saturday the 9th of July. Book here

Sponsor the Dram Tram!

This is our latest project.  For full details and pictures go to our latest projects page:

Kick-starters help us start second track

On the 11th January three young people joined us under the Government ‘Kickstart Scheme’ via the Moray Chamber of Commerce . They will be with us for 6 months and are providing much needed help with: Laying the 2nd track through Dufftown station and up to the engineering shed General vegetation clearance, particularly fallen trees […]

A Sad and Sudden Loss

We are very sorry to report the loss of Douglas (Doug) Nisbet who died suddenly on Wednesday 5th January. He and his wife Patricia have been life members of the KDRA for over 20 years. Doug took over as editor of the “Express” newsletter in March 2014 from Ron Smith. He joined the KDRA Board […]

George Littlejohn R.I.P

We are very sad to report the sudden death of one of our longest serving members. George Littlejohn died on Sunday 28th November from injuries sustained in a road accident on the previous Thursday. He was a local man from Keith but had spent over thirty years in Canada where he worked in association with […]

Santa Trains

While all are booked up just now, last minute cancellations are still possible so, if you were hoping to book, don’t give up, keep checking!

Volunteers Meeting

There will be a volunteers meeting on Saturday 13th November at 10.00am at Dufftown Station.

Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting of the Keith and Dufftown Railway Association (KDRA) will be held this year (2021) at 2.30pm on Saturday 13th November at the Royal British Legion in Dufftown.

A Sad loss to our Railway

NIGEL J D BODIAM 1961 -2021 Following A 30 year career with Kent Constabulary, Nigel and his family moved to Botriphnie near Keith to be near his family. An active and persuasive man, he looked for something to occupy his retirement and joined the Keith and Dufftown Railway. He quickly became a valued member of […]