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Normandykes,Roman camp

A Scheduled Monument in Lower Deeside, Aberdeen City

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Latitude: 57.0853 / 57°5'7"N

Longitude: -2.2824 / 2°16'56"W

OS Eastings: 382980

OS Northings: 799399

OS Grid: NO829993

Mapcode National: GBR XG.9L52

Mapcode Global: WH8PW.X59P

Entry Name: Normandykes,Roman camp

Scheduled Date: 11 November 1964

Source: Historic Environment Scotland

Source ID: SM2478

Schedule Class: Cultural

Category: Roman: camp

Location: Peterculter

County: Aberdeen City

Electoral Ward: Lower Deeside

Traditional County: Aberdeenshire


Built 1892. 3-storey corner building with 4 bays to west and

5 bays to north and angle bay. Stugged ashlar with polished

dressings. Door in angle with round-headed aedicular window

above; corbelled angle turret at 2nd floor with 3 narrow,

pilastered round-headed lights, and panelled drum and parapet

above. Ground floor openings linked by narrow pilaster

strips. North elevation has 2 doors and 2 large shop windows,

door to left with fanlight. Continuous cornice over ground

floor. 1st floor has off-centre Venetian window flanked by

round-headed aedicular windows, round-headed window with

apron panel to left. Panelled pilasters flank end and angle

bays and support frieze and dentilled cornice in 1st and 2nd

floors. Galleried 2nd floor with broad round-headed

pilastered windows, small round-headed window to outer bay;

balustraded parapet above. Similarly detailed elevation to

Main Street, has 2 large shop windows to ground floor; 2

Venetian windows to 1st floor and 2 pairs of broad

round-headed windows to 2nd floor and parapet above. End

stacks and piended slate roof.

Source: Historic Environment Scotland


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Source: Historic Environment Scotland

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