This evening I am posting further images of my trip to Edinburgh yesterday.

Here is Bank of Scotland’s Headquarters building. Dates from 1802-6. Originally a sedate, classical building later extended into Roman Baroque.

National Gallery. This was designed by William Playfair 1845.

Waverley Railway Station. This dates back to 1854 and is named after Sir Walter Scott’s Waverley novels.

View of Calton Hill. It is the skyline which is important. Meant to portray the ‘Athens of the North’. Buildings include the National monument, Old Observatory, New Observatory, Playfair’s Monument, Nelson’s Monument and more.


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