Aberdeen is Scotland’s third most populous city. Found where the Rivers Dee and Don meet the North Sea, the port city is a key part of the offshore petroleum industry.
The videos of Aberdeen past and present reflect its magnificent grey stone buildings which gave rise to its colloquial name ‘the Granite City’.
Thanks to Graham Hobster from Pixabay for the photo used on this page.
Victorian and Edwardian Aberdeen
Old Photographs of Aberdeen in Scotland
Published on 22 Apr 2017 by tourscotland.
Old photographs of the city of Aberdeen, in Aberdeenshire.
The traditional industries here were fishing, paper-making, shipbuilding, and textiles.
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- Page 1 Old Photographs of Aberdeen in Scotland
- Page 2 Old Photographs Of Bieldside
- Page 3 Days Gone By At George Street
- Page 4 Aberdeen Cinema Tour
- Page 5 Newsreel about the Codonas Amusement Park
- Page 6 Aberdeen Beach
- Page 7 British Drama League Record (1920s/1930s)
- Page 8 Union Street in Aberdeen (1930s)
- Page 9 Aberdeen City Centre and Docks (1949)
- Page 9 Aberdeen (1940s/50s)
- Page 10 Aberdeen Scotland (1940s/50s)
- Page 11 Aberdeen (1950s)
- Page 12 Aberdeen and Scotland (1950s)
- Page 13 Aberdeen Children of the 1950s (2016)
- Page 14 Christmas was outlawed in Scotland until the 1950s (2017)
- Page 15 Aberdeen Trawlermen Past & Present
- Page 16 The Fishtrade People (20th Century)