Tuesday, 27 June 2017
Old Photograph Post Office Dunecht Scotland
Old photograph of the Post Office in Dunecht located 12 miles West of Aberdeen, Scotland. Formerly known as Waterton, it was renamed to Dunecht in the 1820s when the Crawford family built Dunecht House. The estate achieved a certain measure of notoriety in 1881 due to theft of the remains of the Alexander Lindsay, 25th Earl of Crawford.
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