Old Maud and New Deer

£10.00

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.

Description

A pictorial history showing how the villages of Maud and New Deer looked in years gone by.

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Artist-or-Author

Donna Donald

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