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Photographs of the Banff and Buchan area of Aberdeenshire in North East Scotland that do not fit into other specialist categories or particularly illustrate the nature of the area.
Macduff Station Brae qwe3189jhp 
 Macduff Moray Firth Aberdeenshire Scotland Doune church anchor cross is adjacent to Banff divided by the River Deveron and remains a busy fishing harbour supporting its own trawler fleet with fishmarket and its excellent facilities expanding for the watersport and pleasure sailing industry. This is Doune Church on Station Brae with a possible 18th Century sailing ship and a cross erected in 1783 to mark the creation of Macduff as a Burgh. The Church has four clock faces but the one facing Banff is blank. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Aberdeenshire, Grampian, Macduff, sea, Moray, Firth, town, fishing, port, buildings, landscape, harbour, Doune, church, anchor, viewpoint, cross, station, brae, clock, faces
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Photographer: Jim Henderson
Collection: Banff & Buchan
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Macduff Station Brae qwe3189jhp
Upload Date: Friday, March 30, 2012
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Macduff Moray Firth Aberdeenshire Scotland Doune church anchor cross is

adjacent to Banff divided by the River Deveron and remains a busy fishing harbour supporting its own trawler fleet with fishmarket and its excellent facilities expanding for the watersport and pleasure sailing industry. This is Doune Church on Station Brae with a possible 18th Century sailing ship and a cross erected in 1783 to mark the creation of Macduff as a Burgh. The Church has four clock faces but the one facing Banff is blank.
Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Aberdeenshire, Grampian, Macduff, sea, Moray, Firth, town, fishing, port, buildings, landscape, harbour, Doune, church, anchor, viewpoint, cross, station, brae, clock, faces
 


 

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