SCOTLAND'S RIVER DON .THE BRIDGE AND THE BEACH
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Bridge of Don built 1827 -1832 by civil engineer Thomas Telford.
The Don starts high in the Grampian Mountains west of Strathdon
Donmouth Nature Reserve is the place to see a wide range of birds like the Oystercatcher,
the Redshank, Skylark or Purple Sandpiper - also Goosander and Goldeneye ducks.
St. Ninian's Place public housing towers in Seaton are close to the golden sandy beaches
Windows to the Sea sculptured by Lourdes Cue at the Scottish Sculpture Workshop
Donated 1984 by Mobil Oil North Sea Ltd. to the Granite City with the Golden Sands
Seaton Towers looking onto the beach between the harbour and the River Don's mouth
Designed by local architects Thomson Taylor Craig + Donald construction started 1971
Children playing on the sandy beaches of Aberdeen Bay
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Concrete shelters at the beach .If you're lucky you can see some dolphins or grey seals!