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Lines Lost: Huntly – Portsoy

Published by Deveron Projects
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A guide to the former Banff, Portsoy and Strathisla Railway.

Lines Lost is a project by artist Stuart McAdam and Deveron Projects’ Walking Institute. This publication marks out the routes walked by Stuart with a number of different people from the community who were involved with the former railway line from Huntly to Portsoy. It serves as a map and guide for people to explore the route themselves and documents some of the stories and encounters Stuart had while on route.

Stuart McAdam

My work and research consists mainly of site specific performances and interventions documented with photographs, drawing, and found objects. I am interested in how we use the landscape, what we leave behind, and how that contributes to our understanding o...

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