Union Street continues to evolve but its granite canyon still anchors the city centre. Can you name these views of its side streets from early 1937?
St Nicholas Street leading to George Street in the distance. The statue of Queen Victoria (right) was later moved to Queen’s Cross.
Market Street. Note the “New Market”, later replaced.
Belmont Street. The road was open to through traffic but there were far fewer cars in 1937…
Bon Accord Terrace with Bon Accord Crescent beyond.
Union Terrace. Note the tram lines and electric cables above.
Union Row. Union Street was also home to a car dealership.
Bridge Street. The chimney in the background belonged to an envelope factory, demolished in 1973.
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