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The Old Deeside Road Revisited: An Explanation of what Remains.

By: Marr, Graham J; Fraser, G.M.

Price: £11.99

Publisher: Deeside Books, 2014. 9781907813078: 2014

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 005920

ISBN: 1907813071

Condition: New


Illustrated card covers, New. First edition, pp viii, 130, b&w photographs and colour maps to rear, index of place names. G.M. Fraser was best known as Head Librarian of the Aberdeen Public Library during the earlier part of the 20th century. He was also a noted local historian with a great interest in both the Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire areas, and produced many pamphlets and books on the North-east of Scotland. His largest and probably most significant work was the publ... View more info

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The Mounth Passes: My Journey on Old Roads in Speyside, Deeside and Atholl (North-east Scotland Classics Series)

By: Marr, Graham.

Price: £12.99

Publisher: Deeside Books: 2017

Edition: 1st Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author(s)

Seller ID: 005469

ISBN: 1907813098

Condition: New


The Mounth Passes is a continuation of the author's previous work, The Old Deeside Road Revisited, and both books outline the cultural and historical significance of the region's communication network. The old Deeside road's development was predominantly in an east-west direction, following the course of the River Dee, and is associated with the development of the turnpike system. In contrast, the old Mounth passes predominantly follow a north-south direction, and develo... View more info