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Visit Stonehaven's oldest building - the Earl Marischal's 16th - century storehouse which served as the County Tolbooth of Kincardineshire from 1600-1767 to discover why Episcopal priests were imprisoned here in 1748, Stonehaven's links with the sea, and local bygones.
Mon Thurs-Sat 1000-1200 1400-1700
Wed Sun 1400-1700
Archaeology, Maritime, Science and Technology, Social History
Key artists and exhibits
- Episcopal priests
- Tolbooth of Kincardineshire
- 13 September 2014 — 31 January 2015 *on now
In light of the current works on the St Nicholas House site this exhibition explores in photographs and objects the appearance and disappearance of this important street in Aberdeen.
For centuries Guestrow was one of Aberdeen's main streets but was largely swept away in the slum clearances of the 1920s. This exhibition features a number of photographs of Guestrow in its final years as well as looking at the important process in the creation of a more modern city.