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Old Map of Edinburgh Scotland 1851 by John Tallis Featured Old and New Towns of Edinburgh Image

Old Map of Edinburgh Scotland 1851 by John Tallis

This Victorian map of Edinburgh in Scotland by John Tallis is dominated with a view to the top right across Edinburgh from the north- west towards Edinburgh Castle. Other illustrations are of the General Assembly Hall, Scotts Monument, Royal Institution, Royal High school and Burns Monument, Holyrood House and Arthurs Seat

UK, Scotland, Midothian, Edinburgh Area, Roslin, Grave of the Sir Francis Robert St Featured Old and New Towns of Edinburgh Image

UK, Scotland, Midothian, Edinburgh Area, Roslin, Grave of the Sir Francis Robert St

UK, Scotland, Midothian, Edinburgh Area, Roslin, Grave of the Sir Francis Robert St Clair-Erskine, the 4th Earl of Rosslyn

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A train crosses the Royal Border Bridge, as fishermen are seen catching salmon in Featured Old and New Towns of Edinburgh Image

A train crosses the Royal Border Bridge, as fishermen are seen catching salmon in

A train crosses the Royal Border Bridge, as fishermen are seen catching salmon in the harbour mouth at Berwick Upon Tweed in Northumberland August 22, 2013. The Royal Border Bridge opened in the mid 19th century, completing a rail link from London to Edinburgh. It is located in Berwick Upon Tweed, England's northernmost town, which has passed between English and Scottish control over a dozen times. Signs of ancient conflict - from centuries-old fortifications to historic battlefields - score the landscape around the English-Scottish border. But many living in the region lead lives straddling both sides, and express practical concerns about the possibility of a more formal split between the two nations in the event of a yes vote in next year's referendum on Scottish independence, which will be held on September 18, 2014. Picture taken August 22, 2013. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL POLITICS)
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