We use cookies to improve your experience, some are essential for the operation of this site.
You searched for: I01_11 - Bankhead
of 1


Historic Photographs
This item is active and ready to use
Historic Photographs
A postcard image showing Bankhead from the east.

Bankhead is a residential area to the north east of Bucksburn on the south side of the River Don. It was once geographically separate, but is now a contiguous part of Aberdeen along with Bucksburn and Stoneywood to the North.

Stoneywood Church can be see on the left of this image and Bankhead Road is in the centre.

Station Road runs north from the church. The railway line can be seen on the far right. Bankhead Station once stood on the opposite end of this street from the church.

In the distance on the right, popping above the tree line, can be seen the top of Waterton School. The fa├žade of the central part of this building is inscribed with the date of 1864.

Sclattie Quarry cannot be seen in this image but was located to the south of Bankhead. It would out of shot to the left and rear of this image. This photograph may have been taken from a quarry related structure.
General Views
Aberdeen Local Studies
Other Items Like This
Bankhead Road and Greenburn Road, Bankhead
Puddenhillock, Bankhead
Stoneywood Works Choir at Bankhead Station
Stoneywood Church picnic