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Aberdeen, Union Terrace Gardens

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View of wrought iron gates at the Union Terrace entrance into gardens.
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Detail of stained glass signage above ladies' toilets at south end of Union Terrace Gardens.
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View of steps on central path, taken from the north.
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Detail of underside of Denburn viaduct vault.
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William Wallace statue by W Grant Stevenson 1888 at North West corner. View from East South East
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View from Union Terrace looking north east across gardens.
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View of drinking fountain under covered walkway.
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Detail of tiling in ladies' toilets, Union Terrace Gardens, Aberdeen
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View of steps to Union Terrace and arcaded pavement undercroft, taken from the east.
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Detail of underside of Denburn viaduct.
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View of steps leading up to the top terrace in the north of the park, as taken from the south.
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View of steps leading up to the top terrace in the north of the park, as taken from the south.
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View looking up to top terrace showing heraldic crest flower bed, taken from the south east.
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View of ring road from South South East
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Detail of West central entrance steps
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View of North  open section from South
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View of North access steps and decorative flowerbeds from South
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Edward VII statue at South. Detail of bronze sculpture on West side of plinth
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Aberdeen, Union Terrace Gentlemen's Public Toilets, interior view showing row of 23 stall urinals
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View of sample cast-iron light on stone railings at Union Terrace.
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View from Union Terrace looking north east showing entrances into gardens and Burns statue.
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View of wrought iron gate at the Union Terrace entrance into gardens.
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View of south east corner of gardens, taken from the north west.
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View from south east looking along central path towards His Majesty's Theatre.
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