Postcards Views of Edinburgh

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List of Photographers/Publishers

Post Card Views of

 Edinburgh

Yellow background denotes an Edinburgh photographer or publisher.

Green background denotes  photographer or publisher from elsewhere.

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LG

Court card

- Edinburgh Castle

Posted 1899

LMS Railway

Postcard produced for the LMS Railway  -  Looking from the Scott Monument towards the Caledonian Hotel, at the corner of Lothian Road and Princes Street.

This card has no publisher's name, but the arrow on the front of the card and the text on the back make it clear that it was published for the LMS Railway.

- The Caledonian Hotel

-  L & HE Royal Terrace

A blue + white postcard

- Bruntsfield Place

-  Langfier, LS

Louis Saul Langfier is better known for his studio portraits, having had a studio at Princes Street from 1904 until 1928.  Howeve, here is one of his outdoor photographs reproduced as a photograph.  This card comes from the collection of Malcolm Cant

- H Anderson & Sons, Fishmongers [large shop: 29, which street?  Posted 1921

La Rusticana

Modern postcard

- La Rusticana (Italian Restaurant) at 90 Hanover Street

Langlands, M & Sons Sea Tours

- Princes Street from Calton Hill

Lansdown Publishing Co London

- The Castle Entrance and Earl Haig Statue  [7179]

Lewis Ltd Birmingham

I have seen just one postcard of Edinburgh by Lewis Ltd., Birmingham.  It is in the collection of Malcolm Cant.

- Royal (Dick) Veterinary College, Edinburgh

Lillywhites Sowerby Bridge

I have seen just one Edinburgh postcard by Lillywhites.  The number suggests that it is one of a series in the suburbs of Edinburgh

- House o' Hill Road, Blackhall  [BKL4]  Sepia, posted 1933

Question

I received the following message from Alastair Campbell, Kelso, Scotland:

"In the 1950s a number of Post Cards were published by 'Lillywhites'  Can you again throw any light on a possible contact for this firm?"

 If you can help, please e-mail me and I will forward your message.

 Thank you.  -  Peter Stubbs

Answer

Thank you to Malcolm Powel who sent the reply below, which I've now passed on to Alastair Campbell.

Malcolm wrote:

"I can tell you that a firm named Lilywhites was based in Millbank, then relocated to Sowerby Bridge in 1931 after a fire. I don't have any more details - but they produced a number of postcards and were famous for paper and cards in the area at that time. There is a mention of the company in this Halifax Courier online article."

Lochhead, Ken

Ken Lochhead was an artist who produced paintings, illustrated maps and postcards.  He was a former President of Edinburgh Photographic Society.

- Palace of Holyrood and Abbey Sanctuary (pencil sketch)

Locomotive Publishing Co London

- Waverly Station

- Steam Engine near Waverley Station

-  Lothian & Borders Fire Brigade

- Fire Engine at Edinburgh Castle

Lugton, TP  44 Raeburn Place

Drummond Place, looking west  -  Postcard by T P Lugton     Postcard by TP Lugton.  Where is it?

- Drummond Place and Nelson Street

- [unknown location - somewhere in Edinburgh?]

As well as producing postcards, TP Lugton produced other photos of Edinburgh and elsewhere in Scotland.  See T P Lugton

Lyrical Scotland  Castle Douglas, Scotland

II noticed this range of cards for the first time this year (2010).  They were on sale on sale in Edinburgh and on the internet..  There are views of Scotland, including several of Edinburgh,  by professional photographer ,Allan Wright.

 

 

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