Royal Deeside & Upper Donside Villages Photo Guide

 
 
  • Ballater Area

    H.M. Sheridan butchers by royal appointment, Ballater,Royal Deeside, Scotland. Copyright www.dsider.co.uk online magazine, photography courses. Photography by Bill Bagshaw. (Bill Bagshaw & Martin Williams/Bill Bagshaw, www.dsider.co.uk)

    Ballater the Royal Scottish village near Balmoral Castle Ballater is a quaint Victorian village near the Royal Family's Scottish home, Balmoral Castle. Many shops and tradesmen proudly display the Royal Warrant outside their premises. Some shops are  by appointment both…...
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  • Braemar Area

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    Braemar at the heart of The Cairngorm National Park. The annual Braemar Gathering  is the culmination of all the local Highland Games series. The Games are  performed in front of Her Majesty The Queen. Scotland's iconic Red Deer are common…...
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  • Aboyne & Tarland Area

    Aboyne Green is the epicentre of the village. copyright www.dsider.co.uk. Photography courses by Bill Bagshaw (Bill Bagshaw & Martin Williams/Bill Bagshaw, www.dsider.co.uk)

    Aboyne beside the beautiful river Dee. The Aboyne area is famous for its many walks, and is the entrance gateway to scenic Glen Tanar. The name Aboyne is derived from gaelic words meaning "Stream of rippling waters'' which visitors  soon…...
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  • Banchory Area

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    Banchory Area and Enchanting Crathes Castle Banchory Area - a pictorial guide by dSider media & Bill Bagshaw Photography Courses. Banchory is surrounded by a a host of fascinating places.      Crathes Castle is the scene of many events, as…...
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  • Westhill

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    Westhill a centre for sub sea engineering A pictorial guide by Bill Bagshaw Industrial and Commercial Photography & Photography Training. Westhill  is  an Aberdeenshire town which is an important location for North Sea Oil Companies. Westhill is now recognised as…...
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  • Bellabeg & Strathdon Area

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    Bellabeg and Strathdon  home to the Lonach March and Lonach Gathering Strathdon is actually on Upper Donside adjacent to Royal Deeside.    Apart from being home to the world famous The Lonach , Strathdon area is well known for being the…...
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  • Kincardine O Neil Torphins & Lumphanan Area

    The ruined church at Kincardine O'Neil dates back to the 14th century and was built upon the site of the original church from the 5th century. The original church was established by Saint Erchard who in the 5th century bought Christianity to the area.  The church was originally twice as long and was in part a hospital (founded somewhere around 1330).  The church roof was originally made of thatched heather. www.dsider.co.uk online magazine, photo courses Photography by Bill Bagshaw (Bill Bagshaw & Martin Williams/Bill Bagshaw, dsider.co.uk)

    Kincardine O Neil, Torphins & Lumphanan Area Historic Kincardine O Neil The ruined church at Kincardine O'Neil dates back to the 14th century and was built upon the site of the original church from the 5th century.  The original Kincardine…...
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  • Alford Area

    A bronze sculpture of the famous Aberdeen Angus bull at Alford.  Erected in commemoration of William McCombie one of the founders of the breed who farmed locally. Copyright www.dsider.co.uk online magazine, photography courses. Photography by Bill Bagshaw. (Bill Bagshaw & Martin Williams/Bill Bagshaw, www.dsider.co.uk)

    Alford home of The Aberdeen Angus Alford is a large village near the River Don and is the home of the Aberdeen Angus cattle breed.    There is also a transport museum, a narrow gauge railway, a swimming pool, and a…...
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