Aberdeen, Union Terrace And Gardens c.1915
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Photo of Aberdeen, Union Terrace And Gardens c.1915

More about this scene

This photograph shows the statue of King Edward VII, the eldest son of Queen Victoria, at the corner of Union Street and Union Terrace. Union Terrace Gardens is a park in the heart of the city of Aberdeen, set to one side of Union Terrace. At the end of the terrace are three impressive buildings—the Central Library, His Majesty's Theatre and St Mark's Church. They are known locally as 'Education, Damnation and Salvation'.

A Selection of Memories from Aberdeen

For many years now, we've been inviting visitors to our website to add their own memories to share their experiences of life as it was, prompted by the photographs in our archive. Here are some from Aberdeen

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My Morgan ancestors seemed to have originated from Old Machar which was, I believe, part of Old Aberdeen? Does this still exist now? Can anyone tell me please whether when there is a marriage does the woman keep the family name of her father's side?
July early 60's you could not move on the beach for holidaymakers, all the deck chairs would be sold out and Bill & Pat Ramsay would be playing music over the speakers. The Spartan club - weight lifters would be there - Dave Webster rings a bell, Nurse Johnston would be in the first aid/ lost childrens shelter. The summer chalets would be full, changing huts busy and the life boat would be in the water. Papa ...see more
I am looking for Gorden Masson. We were in the army in Hong Kong together in 1952 - 1954. Can anybody help? Brian Bellingham
In 1997 I decided to trace my maternal family history through following the name of Jaffray, a name that had been carried down the family through the centuries, finally as a middle name. To my astonishment I discovered a family history that led me to the Jaffrays of Kingwells, and onto a great deal of fascinating history. I have visited Aberdeen twice since, but unfortunately I have not been able to see the ...see more