Classification and Statistics

Settlement Type: small town
Population (2011): 7278    
(2001): 6034
(1991): 6230
(1981): 4890
(1971): 2355
(1961): 1918
(1951): 1960
(1901): 1475
(Police Burgh)
(1881): 983
(1871): 865
(1861): 681
(1841): 2240
(For parish)
(1821): 1729
(For parish)
(1801): 1322
(For parish)

Tourist Rating: Two Stars
Text of Entry Updated: 04-JUN-2006

Latitude: 57.0522°N Longitude: 2.4961°W
National Grid Reference: NO 700 958
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Built on river terraces that slope down to the River Dee, Banchory lies at a junction of roads linking Aberdeen with Upper Deeside, Deeside with Strathmore to the south via Cairn o' Mount, and Deeside with Strathbogie to the north.

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