1899 – Central Bakery, Aberdeen

Architect: Brown & Watt


“This building occupies a site on the west side of George-street, and extends westwards to a narrow lane, which separates it from the grounds of Gordon’s College . The front wall is built entirely of finely-dressed white Kemnay granite. The upper floors are arranged as residential chambers, whilst the ground floor is designed to fulfil the requirements of a first-class modern bakery, and will be occupied by Mr. A. B. Hutchison, Aberdeen. The premises will be lighted by electricity supplemented by gas. Messrs. Brown and Watt are the architects, and the estimated cost is £11,000.”