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Denburn Valley

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The Denburn Valley railway was constructed about 1867, and Union Terrace Gardens was laid out a few years later. The closeness of the railway led to the gardens being nicknamed the 'Trainie Park'. The bandstand was removed in the 1930s.
The iron footbridge which allowed access over the Denburn and the railway to the Rosemount area of the city was replaced by the Denburn Viaduct in the 1880s.
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