• Portgordon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portgordon Coordinates. Portgordon, or sometimes Port Gordon, [1] (Scottish Gaelic: Port Ghòrdain) is a village in Moray, Scotland, 2 km south-west of Buckie.
  • Portgordon Feature Page on Undiscovered Scotland

    www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk/portgordon/portgordon/index.html Portgordon was founded on a previously empty site by the 4th Duke of Gordon in 1797. The signs of its origins as a planned village remain in the broad and ...
  • Port Gordon - Home

    portgordon.weebly.com PORT GORDON is a small fishing village in the historic county of Banffshire. It is located half way between Buckie and the mouth of the River Spey at Tugnet on the ...
    • Postcards From The Edge: PORTGORDON

      postcards-pfte.blogspot.com/2012/01/portgordon.html Hello from one 'Edge' to another! Just saw this post on Twitter - really enjoyed. Love the harbour and the history. It's interesting that at both ends of ...
    • Portgordon - Moray, Moray - Foursquare

      foursquare.com/v/portgordon/4dbc1bc9fa8cee7273430614 4 visitors have checked in at Portgordon. ... Write a short note about what you liked, what to order, or other helpful advice for visitors.
    • Clan Fraser of West Hill: Portgordon

      clanfraserofwesthill.blogspot.com/2010/11/portgordon.html Map of the Portgordon area showing Ann Green's Slackend Farm just below Portgordon and Alex Fraser's Dryburn Farm on the far left
    • Portgordon railway station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portgordon_railway_station Portgordon railway station was a railway station in Portgordon in Moray. The railway station was opened by the Great North of Scotland Railway (GNoSR) on its Moray ...