This illustration is from "Fraserburgh: Past and Present" by J. Cranna . 1914
and shows a windmill on the left.
Text and images can be downloaded from this link:"Fraserburgh, Past and Present" by J.Cranna
This is part of a photograph by J.Collier dated 1865.
The engine shed, with the 2 round top doors, is still standing today as a last reminder of the railway.
To its left is the old school where the South Church is now.
Wine tower, Kinnaird Head lighthouse, Old Parish Church can be compared with the drawing.
The photo below is said to be cricket being played by the windmill.
That shadow suggests the photograph was taken from the east side.
The story of the windmill still needs to be written ??
Park’s sawmill with windmill tower, c1900. Third from left is Fraserburgh’s first Provost, John Park.
Windmill tower in 2012.
from the George Dey collection. Original artist not known.
This drawing ("1831"in the drawing.) is attached to an 1898 calendar.
Scroll sideways to see all of the drawing.(compare this with the 1822 painting.)
The remaining windmill tower is a Listed Buildinghttp://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/scotland/aberdeenshire/fraserburgh