Old Photograph Burnside Fettercairn Scotland


Old photograph of houses and shop on Burnside in Fettercairn located North West of Laurencekirk, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. A memorial archway erected in this Scottish village in 1864 commemorates the 1861 visit by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, while staying at Balmoral Castle. Historically Fettercairn lies at the southern end of the Monboddo Estate, where the Scottish philosopher and precursor of evolutionary thought Lord Monboddo lived. Fettercairn houses the Fettercairn distillery that produces the Fettercairn 1824 single malt whisky.



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