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Mackie Place

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Mackie Place
Mackie Place, Aberdeen, c.1870. The street was named after Robert Mackie, a skinner who was Convener of the Incorporated Trades. When first built, the address was 'The Galleries'. At No.6 there was a haunted house known as the 'The Castle'. The Denburn flows past the back of the building.
Aberdeen City Centre
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