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Telephone Services, Kincardine And West Aberdeenshire

Volume 245: debated on Monday 24 November 1930

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asked the Postmaster-General the number of districts in Kincardine and West Aberdeenshire within which telephone services have been installed since June, 1929, and the offices or stations; and the number and names of districts in the division within which further telephone services are intended to be provided?

Since June, 1929, new telephone exchanges have been opened at Catterline, Drumlithie, Kildrummy, Lumphanan, Lumsden and Rhynie, and public call offices at the following places: Banchory-Devenick, Blairs, Bridge of Canny, Cambus O'May Station, Catterline, Clatt, Dess Station, Drumlithie, Drum Station, Dunecht, Durris, Fettercairn, Forbes, Inver, Kennethmont Station, Kildrummy, Kineff, Logic Pert, Lumphanan, Lumsden, Luthermuir, Midmar, Muchalls, Ordhead, Ordie, Rhynie, Tillyfourie Station and Tough. Arrangements are in hand for providing call offices at. Lauriston Station and Mossat.