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Found in 784 Collections and/or Records:

Calton Hill, c 1985

 Item — Box Box 3 of 9: Series Coll-1167/B
Identifier: Coll-1167/B/27/16/9
Scope and Contents Calton Hill Road. Looking south towards Inglis Corner. The houses in the centre still exist, those on the left have been demolished. Rock House (still in existence 1989, converted into flats) should be behind the house on the left. Handwritten title on the original envelope containing the corresponding glass plate negatives was written by Alasdair Geddes.
Dates: c 1985

Calton Hill, c 1890-c 1910

 Item — Box Box 6 of 7: Series Coll-1167/B
Identifier: Coll-1167/B/26/16/7
Scope and Contents Calton Hill Road turns sharply to the left, Rock House would probably be beyond the pavement to the extreme right.
Dates: c 1890-c 1910

Calton Hill, c 1890-c 1910

 Item — Box Box 2 of 7: Series Coll-1167/B
Identifier: Coll-1167/B/26/16/8
Scope and Contents Calton Hill Road. Possibly the back of some of the buildings shown in Coll-1167/B/26/16/7, but identification is difficult. This whole area has been demolished, except for Rock House. Handwritten title by R. Dykes.
Dates: c 1890-c 1910

Calton Hill, c 1890-c 1910

 Item — Box Box 2 of 7: Series Coll-1167/B
Identifier: Coll-1167/B/26/16/9
Scope and Contents Calton Hill Road. Looking south towards Inglis Corner. The houses in the centre still exist, those on the left have been demolished. Rock House (still in existence 1989, converted into flats) should be behind the house on the left. Handwritten title by Alasdair Geddes.
Dates: c 1890-c 1910

Calton Hill and Eastern Periphery of the New Town, c 1890-c 1910

 sub-sub-series — Box Box 2 of 7: Series Coll-1167/B
Identifier: Coll-1167/B/26/16
Scope and Contents 11 Glass plate negatives showing a variety of scenes within the Calton Hill and eastern periphery of the New Town areas of Edinburgh, which form part of Patrick Geddes' photographic survey of Edinburgh.
Dates: c 1890-c 1910

Calton Hill and Eastern Periphery of the New Town, c 1985

 sub-sub-series — Box Box 3 of 9: Series Coll-1167/B
Identifier: Coll-1167/B/27/16
Scope and Contents 11 Photographic prints showing a variety of scenes within the Calton Hill and eastern periphery of the New Town areas of Edinburgh, the corresponding glass plate negatives of which formed part of Patrick Geddes' photographic survey of Edinburgh.
Dates: c 1985

Calton Road looking west, c 1985

 Item — Box Box 3 of 9: Series Coll-1167/B
Identifier: Coll-1167/B/27/16/5
Scope and Contents Calton Jail with the Governor's House on the right. The clock of the North British Hotel is in the distance beyond the (former) General Post Office buiding. Note the old fashioned railway signals on the left, on the still used but now modernised railway line running east, and ultimately south, from Waverley Station. A print from the corresponding glass plate negative was included in the "New Town of Edinburgh" section of Geddes' replacement "Cities and Town Planning Exibition". See...
Dates: c 1985

Calton Road looking west, c 1890-c 1910

 Item — Box Box 2 of 7: Series Coll-1167/B
Identifier: Coll-1167/B/26/16/5
Scope and Contents Calton Jail with the Governor's House on the right. The clock of the North British Hotel is in the distance beyond the (former) General Post Office buiding. Note the old fashioned railway signalss on the left, on the still used but now modernised railway line running east, and ultimately south, from Waverley Station. A print from this glass plate negative was included in the "New Town of Edinburgh" section of Geddes' replacement "Cities and Town Planning Exibition". See Coll-1167/B/13.
Dates: c 1890-c 1910

Candlemaker Row, c 1985

 Item — Box Box 2 of 9: Series Coll-1167/B
Identifier: Coll-1167/B/27/7/7
Scope and Contents Taken from the corner of Merchant Street, looking towards the Cowgate and the Grassmarket. Greyfriar's Churchyard is on the left of the picture. A horse and cart can be seen coming up the hill. Handwritten title on the original envelope containing the corresponding glass plate negatives was written by R. Dykes.
Dates: c 1985

Candlemaker Row, c 1989

 Item — Box Box 7 of 9: Series Coll-1167/B
Identifier: Coll-1167/B/30/22
Scope and Contents Small duplicate photographic print of Coll-1167/B/27/7/7 showing Candlemaker Row from the corner of Merchant Street.
Dates: c 1989