Girdleness Outfall Scheme

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The Girdleness Outfall Scheme was the centrepiece of a farsighted plan to address the sanitary requirements for the growing city of Aberdeen in the early 20th century. The original photographs in this display capture the scope of this impressive engineering project, the results of which are still in use today.

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Girdleness Outfall Works River Dee Tunnel - Grouting Segments 25th April 1905 Peter Tawse View more >
Girdleness Outfall Works River Dee Tunnel - Erecting Steel Diaphragm 20th April 1906 Peter Tawse View more >
Girdleness Outfall Works River Dee Tunnel - Hydraulic Shield 12th April 1905 Peter Tawse View more >
Construction of Girdleness Outfall Scheme, Workers Lining St Fittick's Tunnel (south end) Sewer with Bricks Girdleness Outfall Scheme View more >
Construction of Girdleness Outfall Scheme, Workers Digging St Fittick's Tunnel (north end) Girdleness Outfall Scheme View more >
Construction of Girdleness Outfall Scheme, Open Trench on Sinclair Road, Torry Girdleness Outfall Scheme View more >
Construction of Girdleness Outfall Scheme, Workforce and Equipment Girdleness Outfall Scheme View more >
Construction of Girdleness Outfall Scheme, 10 Ton Travelling Steam Crane Girdleness Outfall Scheme View more >
Construction of Girdleness Outfall Scheme, Construction of the Penstock and Valve House Girdleness Outfall Scheme View more >
Construction of Girdleness Outfall Scheme, Trench Cut through Rock Girdleness Outfall Scheme View more >
Construction of Girdleness Outfall Scheme, Sea Outlet: Positioning Outlet Pipe Section in Trench Girdleness Outfall Scheme View more >
Construction of Girdleness Outfall Scheme, Sea Outlet: 10 Ton Travelling Steam Crane on Sea Wall Girdleness Outfall Scheme View more >

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