For more than 100 years, the Evening Express and its sister paper, the Press and Journal, have been recording the lives of Aberdeen folk on camera. From the momentous to the mundane, all aspects of the city's character and development have been preserved for posterity. With the passage of time, even the most straightforward picture of a street scene takes on special significance. Hundreds of Aberdeen's streets disappeared as it was rebuilt over the course of a century, yet the memories of the people who inhabited them remain, ready to be rekindled by an evocative photograph. From local disasters to celebrity appearances, from holidays to the changing world of work, a century of life in the Silver City is presented here to educate and entertain. New residents and old will enjoy this proud look at one of Scotland's most dynamic cities.