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Coordinates: 57°10′37″N 2°10′30″W / 57.177°N 2.175°W
Bucksburn is an area of the city of Aberdeen, Scotland, named after the stream that flows through it. Bucksburn was formerly a market village before being swallowed up by the spread of the city.
The old station and goods yard in 1961
The area is bordered by countryside - in particular Kirkhill Forest and the land surrounding Brimmond Hill.
Bucksburn has a world-class pipe band, Bucksburn & District Pipe Band. Formed in 1947, this band has won numerous titles and represented Aberdeen in many places including Spain, Taiwan, Canada and Belarus. The Band teaches piping & drumming through a Junior Band which was crowned Scottish, British and World Champions in 2008.
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