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The Harbour Mouth, Aberdeen
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The Harbour Mouth, Aberdeen

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The Harbour Mouth, Aberdeen
A George Washington Wilson photograph titled The Harbour Mouth, Aberdeen and numbered 505.

The image looks north east from the fields above Old Torry. Point Law, dividing the River Dee channel and the Tidal Harbour, is largely undevelopment. It looks like construction work may be going on over the water at Pocra Quay.

Silver City Vault user Ed Fowler suggests that the large temporary looking building that can be seen across the water, past the round house on the New Quay, is of particular interest. He posits it was used to cast concrete blocks for an extension to the North Pier between 1869-77.
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