Aberdeen City

A commuter village of Aberdeen City with agricultural engineering industries, Kingswells is situated to the north of the A944, 5 miles (8 km) west of Aberdeen city centre. Nearby are fine examples of immense Consumption Dykes created in the 19th century during a period of agricultural improvement to 'consume' rocks and boulders littering fields. The small Gothic Free Church was constructed in 1857 using boulders gathered from local fields.

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