Black plaque № 3552 in Aberdeen

Victoria Bridge. Erected following the Dee Ferry Boat Disaster, which claimed the lives of 32 people on 5 April 1876.
Formally opened 2 July 1881, it was partly funded by public contribution.
The link provided by the bridge allowed direct access for carriages from Torry, via Market Street, to the heart of Aberdeen.
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