Strachan, Aberdeenshire

Strachan, Aberdeenshire

Strachan is a village in Kincardineshire, Scotland that lies along the Water of Feugh, a tributary of the River Dee, Aberdeenshire, a few miles southwest of Banchory.

ee also

*Corseardar Hill


* [ Strachan] in the "Gazetteer for Scotland".

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