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the old Howe of Alford
by Lorna Dey, Michael Dey and Paul Dukes
Comprising several parishes, t he Howe of Alford includes Alford, Keig, Tough, Tullynessie and Forbes as well as various landed estates and big...more
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Old Fochabers with Lhanbryde, Urquhart, Garmouth, Kingston and Spey Bay
by Douglas G. Lockhart
The long title, necessitated by the mindlessness of internet search engines, does in modern parlance what it says ‘on the tin&rsquo...more
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The Buses of North East Scotland in colour photographs by John Sinclair
by John Sinclair
Retired doctor, John Sinclair, shares his wonderful collection of bus photographs of the Grampian region, all taken by himself from 1956 onwards and...more
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The Deeside Line
by W Stewart Wilson
The Deeside Line was the Royal railway that ran from Aberdeen city centre through Lower Deeside up to Ballater in Royal Deeside which was the...more
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Old Rubislaw, Hazlehead and Mannofield
by Patricia Newman
This book covers the Aberdeen city areas of Fountainhall, Mannofield, Broomhill, Hazelhead, Ruthrieston and of course Rubislaw which had several...more
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Old Dufftown, Glenrinnes and the Cabrach
by Douglas G. Lockhart
Established by the Earl of Fife in the early 1820s Dufftown prospered throughout the Victorian era, sharing in the Speyside whisky boom of the 1880s...more
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Old Newburgh-on-Ythan
by Janet Jones
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Old Rosemount
by Patricia Newman
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The Great North of Scotland Railway - A New History
by David Ross
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Old Cuminestown, Garmond and New Byth
by Douglas G. Lockhart
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Old Maud and New Deer
by Donna Donald
These two rural villages, in central Buchan and about an hourís drive from Aberdeen, have much in common, but different origins. New Deer was a...more
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Old Burghead, Cummingston and Hopeman
by Douglas G. Lockhart
These three communities were all planned villages funded and built by local landowners with a view to increasing economic activity and hence the value...more
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Bygone Cairnbulg, Inverallochy and St Combs
by Jim Buchan
The author, Jim Buchan, passed away before this book had been completed although most of his research and writing up had been done. With assistance...more
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Old Rhynie
by John Kemp
Now little-known outside of Aberdeenshire, at one time Rhynie was a seat of Pictish power and at one time it may even have been a royal settlement...more
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Old Rosehearty, Sandhaven and New Aberdour
by Douglas Lockhart
Rosehearty and Sandhaven, on the north east coast of Scotland experienced speedy development linked to the fishing industry and specifically to the...more
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