Princes Street

Tunny  -  1850s

 

View to the West from the Waverley

Princes Street  -  Looking West from Waverley  -  1850s

  Reproduced by courtesy of the Yerbury family.   Click here for link to web site.

In this photograph by James Good Tunny, the staircase, lower left gives access from Princes Street to the Edinburgh, Perth & Dundee and the North British railway stations.  

On the left is the Scott Monument from which Ebsworth's sketched his view looking to the North across Princes Street and over the rooftop studio belonging to James Howie.

Thumbnail images of Princes Street

For more photos of Princes Street please click on a link below:

Princes Street: looking E

Princes Street: looking N

Princes Street: looking S

Princes Street: looking W

These pages include photos taken several locations, including:

The Scott Monument

The North British Hotel

Calton Hill

 

A Small Selection of Early Photos of Princes Street

Looking East - from The Mound

1840s

Edinburgh Calotype Album

Looking East - from Frederick Street

1858

WD Clark

Looking East - from Waverley

1859

GW Wilson

Looking East - from Waverley

1860s

GW Wilson  (carte de visite)

Looking East - from Waverley

1890s

JCH Balmain (horse drawn tram)

Looking East - from The West End

1902

JCH Balmain 

Looking East - from Scott Monument

1912

Inglis

Looking East - from Scott Monument

1920

Inglis

Looking East - from Scott Monument

1930

Inglis

Looking West - from North British Hotel

1850s

JG Tunny

Looking West - from Princes St. East End

1860s

GW Wilson

Looking West - From Scott Monument

c.1880

JG Tunny ?

Looking West - from North British Hotel

c.1900

Inglis

Looking West - from North British Hotel

c.1940

Inglis

Looking North - from top of The Mound

c.1865

W Horsburgh

 

 

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