Street View

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? 

QUESTION 1
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St Nicholas Street leading to George Street in the distance. The statue of Queen Victoria (right) was later moved to Queen’s Cross.
QUESTION 2
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Market Street. Note the “New Market”, later replaced.
QUESTION 3
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Belmont Street. The road was open to through traffic but there were far fewer cars in 1937…
QUESTION 4
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Bon Accord Terrace with Bon Accord Crescent beyond.
QUESTION 5
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Chapel Street.
QUESTION 6
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Union Terrace. Note the tram lines and electric cables above.
QUESTION 7
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Dee Street.
QUESTION 8
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Union Row. Union Street was also home to a car dealership.
QUESTION 9
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Rose Street.
QUESTION 10
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Bridge Street. The chimney in the background belonged to an envelope factory, demolished in 1973.

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