TALES OF OLD TORRY

Junction of Baxter Street and Sinclair Road, Aberdeen, AB11 9QA
Mon 25th May 2015
Torry began life as a tiny medieval fishing hamlet at the Dee estuary from as early as the 12th century and had their own provosts and grew into a Victorian town which latterly became a suburb of Aberdeen in 1891, much to many Torryites' displeasure. The original village is all but gone, and this tour attempts to redress the balance by recalling the stories of 'Old' Torry. Not suitable for those with walking difficulties. Start: Junction of Sinclair Road & Baxter Street End: Victoria Bridge Duration: Approx. 2.25 hours Length: 2.14 miles
Google map static shot of Junction of Baxter Street and Sinclair Road, Aberdeen, AB11 9QA
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