ROB 1 was erected by Mr Walker, an engineer at the Paper works. This was a bust of Rob Roy with a Fog House".
It was destroyed by a group of 17 scholars at Clovencraigs School around 1858.
ROB 2 was a figurehead of a ship brought out by Mr John Irvine, proprietor of the Paper works.
MrWilliam Marshall of North Lodge, Peterculter attached a body and legs.
ROB 3 was unveiled on 2nd March 1867 by Mrs John Stephen. Itwas carved by Mr Wishart of Aberdeen and cost £25.
ROB 4 - "Rob Junior" / "Young Rab" was unveiled in July 1926 by Miss Jessie Thomson. It cost around £100 and was carved by Mr David K Graham, Hardgate, Aberdeen from a length of Quebec pine.
ROB 5 was unveiled in 1991. It was created by Arnold Smith from polychrome carved wood.
ROB 6 has been designed and created by Gray's School of Art graduate David Mitchell at a cost of around £50,000.
Rob Roy will be unveiled at 10am on Saturday 16th September 2017