Cairnie

Cairnie, also written Cairney, (Scottish Gaelic: CĂ rnaidh) is a village in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

Settlements and places of interest in Marr, Aberdeenshire
Primary settlements
Other settlements
  • Backburn
  • Bellabeg
  • Birse
  • Birsemore
  • Bogniebrae
  • Brathens
  • Brideswell
  • Cairnie
  • Corgarff
  • Crathie
  • Dinnet
  • Finzean
  • Gartly
  • Inverey
  • Keig
  • Kildrummy
  • Kincardine O'Neil
  • Kirkton of Tough
  • Logie Coldstone
  • Lumsden
  • Monymusk
  • Potarch
  • Rhynie
  • Ruthven
  • Strachan
  • Strathdon
  • Tornaveen
  • Towie
  • Tullich
  • Yonder Bognie
  • Ythanwells
Places of interest
  • Alford Valley Railway
  • Badenyon
  • Balmoral Castle
  • Blelack
  • Braemar Castle
  • Burn O'Vat
  • Cairn O' Mounth
  • Cairngorms National Park
  • Castle Forbes
  • Corgarff Castle
  • Craigievar Castle
  • Crathes Castle
  • Crathie Kirk
  • Forest of Birse
  • Grampian Transport Museum
  • Huntly Castle
  • Kildrummy Castle
  • Lochnagar
  • Lost
  • Royal Deeside
  • Royal Deeside Railway
  • Ythan Wells (Glenmailen) Roman Camp
Areas and primary settlements in Aberdeenshire
in Banff and Buchan
  • Aberchirder
  • Banff
  • Fraserburgh
  • Gardenstown
  • Inverallochy and Cairnbulg
  • Macduff
  • Portsoy
  • Rosehearty
  • Sandhaven
  • Whitehills
in Buchan
  • Boddam
  • Crimond
  • Cruden Bay
  • Fetterangus
  • Hatton
  • Longside
  • Maud
  • Mintlaw
  • New Deer
  • New Pitsligo
  • Peterhead
  • St Combs
  • St Fergus
  • Strichen
  • Stuartfield
in Formartine
  • Balmedie
  • Cuminestown
  • Ellon
  • Fyvie
  • Newburgh
  • Oldmeldrum
  • Pitmedden
  • Potterton
  • Rothienorman
  • Tarves
  • Turriff
in Garioch
  • Blackburn
  • Insch
  • Inverurie
  • Kemnay
  • Kintore
  • Newmachar
  • Westhill
in Kincardine and Mearns
  • Drumoak
  • Fettercairn
  • Gourdon
  • Inverbervie
  • Johnshaven
  • Laurencekirk
  • Newtonhill
  • Portlethen
  • St Cyrus
  • Stonehaven
in Marr
  • Aboyne
  • Alford
  • Ballater
  • Banchory
  • Braemar
  • Huntly
  • Lumphanan
  • Tarland
  • Torphins

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Cairnie Burn
... Cairnie Burn is a stream that rises in the Mounth, or eastern range of the Grampian Mountains, north of Netherley, Aberdeenshire, Scotland ... Cairnie Burn is a generally northeast flowing watercourse that is a tributary to the Crynoch Burn ... Cairnie Burn rises in the eastern part of the Durris Forest, east of the Elsick Mounth passage ...
Cairnie Hill
... Cairnie Hill lies at the eastern end of the Ochil Hills, above the village of Collessie Scotland ... The northern and western slopes of Cairnie Hill are quite steep and are used for rough grazing and forestry ... Cairnie is a common place name in Fife, possibly originating from the Pictish Carden or thicket, with the addition of the Gaelic ending aigh ...
Grolier Poetry Bookshop - History of The Shop
... founded in September 1927 by Adrian Gambet and Gordon Cairnie the subsequent owner, Louisa Solano, a 1966 graduate of Boston University, took over operation of the store in 1974 after Cairnie's ... Much of the activity at Grolier's under Cairnie's management was of the social kind visitors lounged on a red couch while sharing drinks with the owners ...