John Peat Munn
Production date
Jul 1953
Text on negative envelope reads 'Mossat. Pastoral Scene at old Bridge over Mossat Burn'. View of an overgrown single-arch stone bridge with cattle in the foreground. A child dressed for rain appears to be fishing in the burn, at the far side of the bridge.
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Production date
Jul 1953
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As roads were widened to accommodate lorries and heavy farm machinery, some roads and bridges, possibly dating from the great agricultural improvements of the late 18th century, became disused. Aberdeenshire developed a reputation for grass-fed beef cattle, especially the famous Aberdeen-Angus breed. Scotch beef continues to attract a premium price overseas and the description 'Scotch' is now protected by regulation.
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