The busy fishing town of Peterhead is on the North East corner of Scotland overlooking the North sea. Peterhead supports oil and fishing activities. Just visible in this aerial photograph is Peterhead prison.
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Fishing boats in Peterhead harbour as the sun rises at dawn. Read more »
Peterhead cobbled streets.
The North-East fishing town of Peterhead in Aberdeenshire is the most eastern town in mainland Scotland. Traditionally a fishing port, Peterhead today lands over 90,000 tonnes of fish, with a value of around £60m each year.
Photograph by Steve Plows
Snowy winter street in Peterhead in the middle of winter, with boats in the harbour below. Peterhead sits at the easternmost point in mainland Scotland, where over 90,000 tonnes of fish, with a value of around £60m are still landed. The harbours, maritime and built heritage are the town's principal tourism assets. Recent initiatives include investments in the Peterhead Bay area, which have included the berthing of cruise ships in the harbour. Read more »