A drawing of Stonehaven from Bervie Braes in the early 1800s before the inner harbour was built. Houses extend along the coast to the Bridge of Cowie which can be seen on the right and a few houses have been built in the Square.

A drawing of Stonehaven from Bervie Braes in the early 1800s before the inner harbour was built. Houses extend along the coast to the Bridge of Cowie which can be seen on the right and a few houses have been built in the Square.

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  • A view north along Allardice Street. The Town Hall with its gas lamps outside can be seen on the right hand side
  • Market Square in the snow
  • The Martyrs' Stone in Dunnottar Churchyard - memorial to the covenanters who died in Dunnottar Castle in 1685.
  • Market Day in the Square around 1920
  • A drawing of Stonehaven from Bervie Braes in the early 1800s before the inner harbour was built. Houses extend along the coast to the Bridge of Cowie which can be seen on the right and a few houses have been built in the Square.
  • Looking east down Evan Street towatd the sea. The Aberdeen Town and County Bank is on the left and the Market Buildings Steeple can be seen above the houses.
  • The crew of the Stonehaven Lifeboat "Joseph Ridgeway" on a horse drawn carriage in the Market Square
  • Peace Celebration Gala 1919
  • The boat HALLADALE in the harbour next to stacks of barrels

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