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Aberchirder

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Aberchirder
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County
Banffshire
Highway Authority
Aberdeenshire

Aberchirder is a small village in rural Banffshire. It is laid out, like so many other villages in this part of Scotland, on a grid iron pattern with the main street passing through a central square. The shops and services are clustered around the centre, although some former shops have been converted back to residential use. Whilst not a big village, it is nevertheless the largest in the area, and so is home to shops, a Library, pubs and hotels.

The main road past the village is the A97, which has always followed its current route along South Street, despite this looking like a bypass. The B9023 arrives from the north and meets the A97 at both ends of Aberchirder, both junctions being simple T junctions. The western junction is the original meeting point of the two routes, with the spur along North Street added in the 1930s. A little further east, at the edge of the village, the B9025 heads east to Turriff.

Routes

Route To Notes

A97

Banff

A97

Huntly

B9023

Cornhill, Town Centre

B9025

Turriff




Aberchirder
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