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Schoolhill from St Nicholas Churchyard

Historic Photographs
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This photograph taken in 1880 from St Nicholas Churchyard looks north showing a row of houses which stood between it and Schoolhill.

These houses were demolished around 1884 as part of an improvement scheme to widen Schoolhill - named after the old Grammar School which stood nearby.

A dwarf wall with ornamental railings was erected in place of these buildings and a porter's lodge was removed from Robert Gordon's College to form a lodge for the Sexton at the entrance to the churchyard.
Aberdeen City Centre
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