Clermiston House

Early-1960s

Clermiston House

Morag Stewart  (sister of Alan Stewart) and dog, Lassie, sitting on the statue in front of Clermiston House, in the early-1960s

  Thank you to Alan Stewart for allowing me to reproduce
the photograph above and other photos of Clermiston House

 

Clermiston House

Early-1960s

Thank you to Alan Stewart, Dumfries, Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland, for sending me:

-   his recollections of living in Clermiston House in the early-1960s

-   some of the photos that were taken when he lived there.

The photograph above is of Morag Stewart (sister of Alan) and dog, Lassie, sitting on the statue in front of Clermiston House.

Acknowledgement:  Alan Stewart, Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland:  October 23, 2010

Alan added:

Morag Stewart  (sister of Alan Stewart) and dog, Lassie, sitting on the statue in front of Clermiston House, in the early-1960s

"The guy on the horse in this photo is King James V.  My zoom lens was god enough to get that, but the rest is illegible."

Acknowledgement:  Alan Stewart, Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland:  November 11, 2010

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Peter Stubbs

Edinburgh

Sculpture

The large sculpture of a group, including King James V at Cramond, which once stood in the grounds of Clermiston House has now been moved to Braehead Mains at Barnton, Edinburgh.

Peter Stubbs, Edinburgh:  August 21, 2011

 

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