A pictorial history showing how the villages of Maud and New Deer looked in years gone by.
These two rural villages, in central Buchan and about an hour’s drive from Aberdeen, have much in common, but different origins. New Deer was a laird’s planned village from around the turn of the 19th century whereas Maud grew up around the 1860s railway. The book has a typical mix of local photographs with estates such as Brucklay, castles, the railway, marts, mills, post offices, shops and schools as well as street scenes and social history.
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