Located at Woodside Library, the exhibition showcases the small village through its 125 year history, from its roots as a small police burgh and village in its own right to its official incorporation into Aberdeen City along with Old Aberdeen and Torry.
Commenting on the visit, Mark said:
"I was delighted to join my colleagues, Kirsty Blackman MP and Councillor Neil Copland, at the launch of the Woodside 125 exhibition at Woodside Library.
"The exhibition was instigated by Councillor Copland, and marks 125 years since Woodside was incorporated into the City of Aberdeen. It is full of interesting facts and information about the history of Woodside, and has involved Woodside & Kittybrewster schools as well as the community projects in Fersands & Fountain and also in Printfield.
"I have my own tiny role in the area's history, as I was the last child to be christened at Woodside North Church, a building which has since been converted into flats.
"I hope the people of Woodside will take the opportunity to visit the library and learn a bit more about the history of the local area.