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Photos of the main towns and villages along the River Dee from Banchory westwards to Braemar with villages bordering the north and south sides of the river such as Torphins and Tarland to Strachan on the south.
Kincardine O Neil fgh1120jhp 
 Kincardine O誰eil street flowers old kirk summer War Deeside Road Aberdeenshire Scotland heralded as the oldest village on Deeside with a history dating back before Christian times, situated on the River Dee at a ferry crossing point and connected to the early development of Christianity credited with a church set up by St Erchard around 933AD. Probably the most traditional of the Deeside villages with little modern development to change its original character situated between the major towns of Banchory and Aboyne on the north Deeside Road. The War Memorial renovation was completed this year, 2013, and the flower displays lovingly tended by local volunteers. 
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Collection: Deeside Towns and Villages
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Kincardine O Neil fgh1120jhp
Upload Date: Sunday, July 21, 2013
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Kincardine O誰eil street flowers old kirk summer War Deeside Road

Aberdeenshire Scotland heralded as the oldest village on Deeside with a history dating back before Christian times, situated on the River Dee at a ferry crossing point and connected to the early development of Christianity credited with a church set up by St Erchard around 933AD. Probably the most traditional of the Deeside villages with little modern development to change its original character situated between the major towns of Banchory and Aboyne on the north Deeside Road. The War Memorial renovation was completed this year, 2013, and the flower displays lovingly tended by local volunteers.
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