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Some Pictures of Royal Deeside

Images of Royal Deeside, Scotland
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Given below are a few pictures of Royal Deeside. They are not of the prime tourism sites but show just a few of the scenes to be expected when visiting the area.

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The Salmon Pool : The Pony Paddock
The Gravestone : The Church Clock
Scots Pine : The Auld Brig o' Dee
The Postal Delivery : Ballater and the River Dee

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Salmon Pool   Pony Paddock
A salmon pool in the Dee near Aboyne is just one of many on this highly rated river.   Pony trekking is a popular pastime -here ponies graze in a paddock by South Deeside Road
gravestone 1596-1722   Church Clock
Gravestone for John Mitchell 1596 - 1722 in Glen Muick cemetery testifies to a healthy environment.   The granite buildings of Royal Deeside are part of our outstanding Victorian Heritage
Scots Pine   Auld Brig o' Dee
Fine stands of Scots Pine are a feature on many landscapes in Royal Deeside   The beautiful Brig o' Dee near Braemar was originally built for military purposes.
Postal Delivery   Ballater & River Dee
The postman delivering to a farm by the South Deeside Road near Balmoral Castle   The River Dee flows past Ballater on its way from the Cairngorms to Aberdeen.

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