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From Peter Stubb's Edinphoto page

A statue of William Pitt the Younger features prominently on George Street, Edinburgh's most prestigious shopping street.

From Peter Stubb's Edinphoto page

Bakehouse Close on the Royal Mile. The gate dates to 1570.

From Peter Stubb's Edinphoto page

Canongate Tolbooth on the Royal Mile. This odd structure was constructed in 1591 and served as a tollbooth, council house, courtroom and jail.

From the book Modern Athens! Edinburgh in the 19th Century

A view of Edinburgh Castle from near the Ramsay Gardens. Most of the gardens were developed in the 1890s into the distinctive Ramsay Garden apartment block which can be seen from Princes Street.

From the Lost Edinburgh Facebook page

The pubs, shops and homes of Picardy Place.

From a still in a news clip hosted by British Pathe

Crowds turn out to watch British sailors parade down Princes Street during Allies Week in 1942. The photo was taken from the entrance to the Scottish National Gallery looking east towards the Scott Monument.

From Peter Stubb's Edinphoto site

Newhaven's Marine Hotel on Starbank Road. You can see people riding on the roof of a two level carriage.




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