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Aberdeen, Dyce, General

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Record Detail

  • Organisation
    RCAHMS
  • Alternative name(s)
    N/A
  • Canmore ID
    70534
  • Site type
    GENERAL VIEW
  • Parish
    DYCE
  • Council
    ABERDEENSHIRE
  • NGR
    NJ 89 13
  • Latitude, longitude
    57.207637N, 2.183725W
  • Archeological notes
    N/A
  • Architectural notes
    N/A

Related material information

PHOTOGRAPHS

  • 70534 (15/3/2001)
    General view of Dyce, taken from the E.
  • 70534 (30/10/1998)
    General oblique aerial view of Dyce, taken from the SW.
  • 70534 (30/10/1998)
    General oblique aerial view of Dyce, taken from the SW.
  • 70534 (1989)
    Aberdeen, Dyce, General. Aerial view.
  • 70534 (1989)
    Aberdeen, Dyce, General. Aerial view.
  • 70534 (1989)
    Aberdeen, Dyce, General. Aerial view.
  • 70534 (1989)
    Aberdeen, Dyce, General. Aerial view.
  • 70534 (1989)
    Aberdeen, Dyce, General. Aerial view.
  • 70534 (1989)
    Aberdeen, Dyce, General. Aerial view.
  • 70534 (1989)
    Aberdeen, Dyce, General. Aerial view.
  • 70534 (1975)
    Aberdeen, Dyce, Free Church. General view.
  • 70534 (3/1954)
    Aberdeen, Dyce, Farmhouse near Grandhome. General view.

DIGITAL IMAGES

  • 1096066 (11/9/2007)
    General oblique aerial view centred on the airport, taken from the NE.

PRINTS AND DRAWINGS

  • 70534 (1927)
    Aberdeen, Dyce, Parish Church and Manse. Manse, outbuildings section thro' barn, plan of cart shed, section thro' shed; Church, section htro' vestry; Manse, sections.
  • 70534 (1927)
    Aberdeen, Dyce, Parish Church and Manse. Manse - basement first and attic floor plans; outbuildings, plan of pig styes and plan of barn, etc.
  • 70534 (1927)
    Aberdeen, Dyce, Parish Church and Manse. Heating plan, ground floor, ground floor plan, wall detail.
  • 70534 (1890)
    Aberdeen, Dyce. (Village). Lithograph showing a plan of the village of Dyce. Titled: 'Parkhill Estate; Feuing Plan of the Village of Dyce - 1890'.

PRINT ROOM

  • 70534 (1935)
    Aberdeen, Dyce, Old Inn. General view. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM NO. 52: THE EMPIRE EXHIBITION ALBUM
  • 70534 ()
    Aberdeen, Dyce, Bacon Factory. General view. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM NO. 52: THE EMPIRE EXHIBITION ALBUM
  • 70534 (1928)
    PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM NO 52: THE EMPIRE EXHIBITION ALBUM Buff cloth cover Amateur Album including snapshots of Edinburgh, Peebles, Shandon, Glasgow and other places with trains, bridges and ships. This album contains a very large number of family photographs with little to identify them. There are, however, snaps of the following: "Aunt Maggie's grave" - Margaret Anne Farquhar, wife of Alexander Forbes, d. 22 October 1925 aged 45 "Granda and Grannie's stone" erected by family in memory of Frank Forbes d. 23 July 1924 aged 77, also his wife Susan Ironside d. 20 June 1928 aged 78. From internal evidence it seems possible that the album belonged to a Rev. Cameron and his wife. Many of the snaps are of Boys Brigade and St George's Sunday School outings 1929-34 and St George's Players 1937; Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh pageants; Heriots School sports 1929; Round Table ramble 1933; Territorial Review 7 May 1932 showing Lord High Commissioner Sir Iain Colquhoun, Major ACH Hope, Royal Lancers and Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders on parade. There is a group photograph taken at Musselburgh Orphanage 1931 and snaps of the Empire Exhibition, Bellahouston Park, of 1938; also "Drink more milk" floats at a pageant in 1930 (Co-op lorry and Dempster's Dairy van). Topographical views include Tulliechettle churchyard; Sma' Glen; churches at Kyleakin, Auchterarder, Balquhidder and Lochearnhead, and the shop of J Macpherson, chemist, Auchterarder; a paddle steamer at Arrochar; and the Beheading Stone, Stirling. Also included are Scotland Place, South pier and harbour and the Golf View Hotel, Nairn, and snaps of A Ross; PC Mennie on motor bike; and "WR", a message boy with bicycle belonging to Cooper's, all at Nairn. The bottle works at Pettycur is shown, also the steel houses at Granton; Lauriston Gardens, Edinburgh and 80 Guild Street, Aberdeen and there are five photographs of Aberdeen Fish Market. See also PA167, which seems to have belonged to the same family.

1st edition 6-inch maps

TitleDateOther parishes/counties
 Ordnance Survey six-inch to the mile, Aberdeenshire, Sheet LXVI1864-67

1st edition 25-inch maps

TitleDateOther parishes/counties
 Ordnance Survey 25 inch to the mile Aberdeen, Sheet 066.091864