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NJ9406 : Marischal College, Broad Street, Aberdeen by Stephen Craven Marischal College, Broad Street, Aberdeen by Stephen Craven
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Developed from 1837 to 1906, the college is category A listed (LB20096). This... (more)
NJ9306 : 261-265 George Street, Aberdeen by Bill Harrison 261-265 George Street, Aberdeen by Bill Harrison
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The former Church of Scotland theological college, now converted to flats and... (more)
NJ5310 : Leochel-Cushnie parish kirk by Bill Harrison Leochel-Cushnie parish kirk by Bill Harrison
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This remote Aberdeenshire kirk (see Canmore listing 108249:... (more)
Tags: architect:Alexander Marshall Mackenzie   building element:BellcoteX   church:Church of ScotlandX   type:Cross GridX   top:Religious SitesX   top:Village, Rural SettlementX  
NJ5339 : Scott's Hospital, Gladstone Road, Huntly by Bill Harrison Scott's Hospital, Gladstone Road, Huntly by Bill Harrison
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Architect A Marshall Mackenzie, who also designed the fašade of Marischal... (more)
NJ9308 : Mock-Gothic arch, University of Aberdeen by Bill Harrison Mock-Gothic arch, University of Aberdeen by Bill Harrison
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Designed by A Marshall Mackenzie of Marischal College fame and B-listed:... (more)
NJ9366 : Pitsligo Parish Kirk by Bill Harrison Pitsligo Parish Kirk by Bill Harrison
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Designed in 1890 by A Marshall Mackenzie of Marischal College (Aberdeen) fame to... (more)
NJ9306 : St Mark's Church (study in grey) by Bill Harrison St Mark's Church (study in grey) by Bill Harrison
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Designed by A. Marshall Mackenzie. Originally the South Free Kirk and said to... (more)
Tags: architect:Alexander Marshall Mackenzie   top:City, Town CentreX   Corinthian ColumnsX   building element:DomeX   building material:GraniteX   top:Historic Sites and ArtefactsX   PorticoX   top:Religious SitesX  
NJ9306 : Renaissance splendour, Aberdeen style by Bill Harrison Renaissance splendour, Aberdeen style by Bill Harrison
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The magnificent Renaissance-style corner block at 146 Union Street/1-3 Union... (more)
NJ9306 : Union Terrace granite glory II by Bill Harrison Union Terrace granite glory II by Bill Harrison
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22 Union Terrace designed by A. Marshall Mackenzie and built in Renaissance... (more)
NJ9306 : Union Terrace granite glory I by Bill Harrison Union Terrace granite glory I by Bill Harrison
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20 Union Terrace designed by A. Marshall Mackenzie and built in Renaissance... (more)
NJ9408 : Walking past St Mary's Church, King Street, Aberdeen by Bill Harrison Walking past St Mary's Church, King Street, Aberdeen by Bill Harrison
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The austere B-listed church dates from 1937:... (more)
Tags: architecture:1930sX   architect:Alexander Marshall Mackenzie   church:Church of ScotlandX   building material:GraniteX   top:Religious SitesX   top:Suburb, Urban FringeX  
NJ9308 : New King's Building, University of Aberdeen by Bill Harrison New King's Building, University of Aberdeen by Bill Harrison
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Built 1912 and inspired by King's College Chapel. B-listed:... (more)
NO4598 : East lodge to Dinnet House by Bill Harrison East lodge to Dinnet House by Bill Harrison
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A fine and unusually elaborate Scottish baronial lodge from 1890 for the house... (more)
Tags: date:1890X   architect:Alexander Marshall Mackenzie   top:Boundary, BarrierX   Crow-Step GableX   type:GeographX   building material:GraniteX   top:Housing, DwellingsX   building type:LodgeX   style:Scottish BaronialX   building element:TowerX   top:Village, Rural SettlementX  
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