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The horrific tragedy of the Piper Alpha oil platform explosion on the 6th July 1988 is deeply embedded in the memories of Aberdeen & the north-east. So many people locally were employed within the industry, so it affected the area deeply. The 167 men who lost their lives are remembered and honoured in this bronze sculpture of 3 oil-workers, by Sue Jane Taylor , which is the middle of the Piper Alpha Memorial Garden. It was opened by the Queen Mother on the 6th July 1991. - 阿伯丁Hazlehead Park的圖片

照片:The horrific tragedy of the Piper Alpha oil platform explosion on the 6th July 1988 is deeply embedded in the memories of Aberdeen & the north-east. So many people locally were employed within the industry, so it affected the area deeply. The 167 men who lost their lives are remembered and honoured in this bronze sculpture of 3 oil-workers, by Sue Jane Taylor , which is the middle of the Piper Alpha Memorial Garden. It was opened by the Queen Mother on the 6th July 1991.

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The horrific tragedy of the Piper Alpha  oil platform explosion on the 6th July 1988 is deeply embedded in the memories of Aberdeen & the north-east. So many people locally were employed within the industry, so it affected the area deeply.  The 167 men who lost their lives are remembered and honoured in this bronze sculpture of 3 oil-workers,  by Sue Jane Taylor , which is the middle of the Piper Alpha Memorial Garden. It was opened by the Queen Mother on the 6th July 1991.
The horrific tragedy of the Piper Alpha  oil platform explosion on the 6th July 1988 is deeply embedded in the memories of Aberdeen & the north-east. So many people locally were employed within the industry, so it affected the area deeply.  The 167 men who lost their lives are remembered and honoured in this bronze sculpture of 3 oil-workers,  by Sue Jane Taylor , which is the middle of the Piper Alpha Memorial Garden. It was opened by the Queen Mother on the 6th July 1991.
TAE A THISTLE : Tae Scots yer mair than jist a flower, Yer a symbol o’ great strength an’  power, Wrapped in shades o’ purple an’ green, Yer the bonniest flower this land has seen. / Some folk say that yer jist a weed, But we Scots ken yer a mighty breed. Yer delicate yet strong an’ bold, An’ worth mair tae us than silver or gold. / Aye yer loved by Scottish hearts, An’ ye always wur right fae the start, Wi’ yer purple heeds and yer spiny stems, Yer the richest o’ all oor Scottish gems.- R.Burns
TAE A THISTLE : Tae Scots yer mair than jist a flower, Yer a symbol o’ great strength an’  power, Wrapped in shades o’ purple an’ green, Yer the bonniest flower this land has seen. / Some folk say that yer jist a weed, But we Scots ken yer a mighty breed. Yer delicate yet strong an’ bold, An’ worth mair tae us than silver or gold. / Aye yer loved by Scottish hearts, An’ ye always wur right fae the start, Wi’ yer purple heeds and yer spiny stems, Yer the richest o’ all oor Scottish gems.- R.Burns
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One of the Coast Redwood trees ( also known as California Redwood) planted over 100 years ago. They are the tallest trees on the planet, and apparently a typical Redwood can live to between 500 to 700 years.
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