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St Comb's, Aberdeenshire

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St. Comb's

St. Combs is a small fishing village in Aberdeenshire, immediately southwest of Inverallochy, near Fraserburgh, which has existed since at least the 17th Century. It takes its name from a church to St Colm or Columba that used to exist in the area.

There is considerable evidence of local habitation by early man in and around St. Combs. Somewhat to the southwest lies the Catto Long Barrow and a number of tumuli (burial mounds).

St. Combs railway station opened in 1903 and closed in 1965. It was the terminus of a short branch line from Fraserburgh. [[1]]

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