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Union Street (looking east)
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Union Street (looking east)

Historic Photographs
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Union Street (looking east)
Historic Photographs
Union Street (looking east)
This image of a busy Union Street is from an old postcard created by Aberdeen City Council's Department of Development & Tourism.

The information on the rear of the card states that the image looks to the east, towards "Aberdeen's main shopping centre". This most likely refers to the Trinity Centre that can be seen on the mid-right.

The Trinity Centre is located on the site of the second Trinity Hall, home of the Incorporated Trades organisation.

Constructed in 1846, the second Trinity Hall was largely demolition in 1967 when the Incorporated Trades moved to their current location on Holburn Street. The distinctive frontage on Union Street, visible in this picture, was however retained.

The Trinity Centre opened in October 1984 and this image likely dates from the mid-to-late 1980s.
Union Street
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