This article is about the former B9005 along the Aberdeenshire Coast, now the A975.
For the current B9005 from Fyvie to Ellon, see B9005
The former B9005 (now A975
) near Nether Brownhill
The original route of the B9005, as classified in 1922, was along the Aberdeenshire Coast north of Aberdeen.
The road started on the A92 at Foveran and headed northeast to Newburgh. It crossed Waterside Bridge on the River Ythan and went on to the A949 north of Cruden Bay.
The route was quickly upgraded to be the A975 before 1932, although the southern end of the road was moved to the next road south at this time. Both ends of the A975 now terminate on the A90.