Inverleith Terrace

Inverleith Terrace is about a mile to the north of the centre of Edinburgh.  It runs along the southern edge of Edinburgh's Royal Botanic Gardens.

 

35 Inverleith Terrace

Formerly 'Edzell Lodge'

Now 'Braeburn'

The corner of Inverleith Terrace and Arboretum Avenue - around 1900

Early 1900s

The corner of Inverleith Terrace
and Arboretum Avenue

Looking to the east along Inverleith Terrace - No 35 is the nearest house  -  around 1900

Early 1900s

Looking to the east
along Inverleith
Terrace

View of 35 Inverleith Terrace from the SW

Around 1968

View from the SW - from Arboretum Avenue
beside the Water of Leith

Students' cars parked in the front garden of No 35 Inverlieth Terrace  -  around 1968

Around 1968

Students' cars parked in the front garden
Royal Botanic Gardens in the background

View of 35 Inverleith Terrace from the west  -  December 2009

December 2010

View from the west
across Arboretum Avenue

      Standard Life Assurance Company  -  Actuarial Students, around 1965

Around 1965

Actuarial Students
from 35 Inverleith Terrace

 

History + Recollections
of 35 Inverleith Terrace

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