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Union Terrace Gardens, c. 1910
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Union Terrace Gardens, c. 1910

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Union Terrace Gardens, c. 1910
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Union Terrace Gardens, c. 1910
A view of Union Terrace Gardens, Aberdeen. The centre of the picture is dominated by the prestigious Palace Hotel on Union Street, which was built in 1873 by Pratt & Keith, drapers. In 1891, the hotel was acquired by the Great North of Scotland Railway Company and quietly established a high reputation for itself. The building was destroyed by fire in 1941 and was never rebuilt. The gardens themselves have always been a popular meeting and walking place in the centre of town for city residents and visitors alike. The arches to the right are those which support Union Terrace.
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Aberdeen Local Studies
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