The Gibbon house is gone.
In 1908 a Masonic Hall was built on the site of no.85 and the house next door, no.87.
The Masonic Hall is about the largest building on the street. It has various Masonic insignia on the outside.
A number of Masonic lodges meet here, including Lodge 1, the Lodge of Aberdeen.
It is a listed building. See entry.
Extract from map of Aberdeen. Surveyed: 1867. Published: 1870.
Top from here. Bottom from here.
The row of houses on the E side of Crown St from Crown terrace to St. John's place are numbered 67 to 87 (odd numbers only).
Gibbon, no.85, is the 2nd last house. A good size, with a nice garden.
Crown St on OS map with house numbers. Surveyed: 1954. Published: 1955.
The Gibbon house (no.85) and the house next door (no.87) have been replaced by the Masonic Temple.
The Masonic Hall that is now on the site of the Gibbon house (and its neighbour), Crown St, Aberdeen.
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