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Bygone Bridge of Don
by A. Gordon Pirie
That’s Balgownie Crescent under construction sometime between 1937 and 1939 on the cover photo. You’ll be glad to know the actual Bridge...more
£10.95 

Old Forres
by Douglas G. Lockhart
This Morayshire town is a Royal Burgh dating from the 12th century and at one time had a castle. Its overcrowded streets were replaced in the late...more
£10.95 

Old Bucksburn, Bankhead and Stoneywood
by Patricia Newman
Patricia Newman’s latest Aberdeen book deals with the northwestern districts of the title. At one time these were separate places from the...more
£10.95 

the old Howe of Alford
by Lorna Dey, Michael Dey and Paul Dukes
Comprising several parishes, the Howe of Alford includes Alford, Keig, Tough, Tullynessie and Forbes as well as various landed estates and big houses...more
£10.95 

Old Fochabers with Lhanbryde, Urquhart, Garmouth, Kingston and Spey Bay
by Douglas G. Lockhart
The snappy title in modern parlance ‘does what it says on the tin’. Fochabers is the big town in this collection of old photographs and...more
£10.00 

The Buses of North East Scotland in colour photographs by John Sinclair
by John Sinclair
Retired doctor John Sinclair’s wonderful collection of bus photographs of the Grampian region were all taken by himself from 1956 onwards...more
£25.00 

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
£10.95 

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
£10.95 

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
£10.95 

Old Newburgh-on-Ythan
by Janet Jones
At one time a busy port at the mouth of the River Ythan, this Aberdeenshire village about 12 miles north of Aberdeen is now a haven for walkers and...more
£10.95 

Old Rosemount
by Patricia Newman
The Rosemount Viaduct is a well-known landmark in the city centre of Aberdeen and was built to help expand the city to the west into the open fields...more
£10.00 

The Great North of Scotland Railway – A New History
by David Ross
The fifth volume in David Ross’s series on Scotland’s five big pre-Grouping railway companies, this new history of the Great North of...more
£30.00 

Old Cuminestown, Garmond and New Byth
by Douglas G. Lockhart
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£10.00 

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
£10.00 

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
£9.00 

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