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(From Aberdeen Press & Journal)
A GEM of classical architecture on a river island in the north-east is the focus of a new restoration project.
A fishing temple on the Deveron, upstream from Banff, dates from 1741 but is in a largely-ruinous condition.
The octagonal building could be saved, however, if plans by a local heritage group are successful.
Banff Preservation and Heritage Society is examining the possibility of breathing new life into the distinctive temple.
Proposals for the building in the 1970s and in 2003 failed to get off the ground and its condition deteriorated further.