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A selection of my photographs, many from Edinburgh throughout the year.   Also photos from Scotland, London, Iceland, Italy, Hong Kong and elsewhere     Many old maps of Edinburgh (Old Town, New Town, while City), Leith and Newhaven.  Includes several old transport maps and a comparison of old maps with recent aerial photos.   Old engravings, mailly of Edinburgh scenes.  Some from the 1820s, some from the 1890s,  some others - includes many hand-coloured examples from the 1820s.   News from Edinburgh today  -  Events, Collections, Buildings and Gardens, Transport   This site includes     1. Post card portraits taken in studios in Edinburgh:    2. Post card views either takeen/published by Ediburgh photographers or views of Edinburgh, or both.y Edinburgh    Views of Edinburgh, grouped into three sections:     1. Street views:    2. Buildings:    3. Around Edinburgh   Views of transport around Edinburgh  -  Horse drawn trams and buses, cable cars, electric trams, buses and a few railway photos.  Also several maps of Edinburgh's bus and tram routes.   Links to pages with Photos of Groups   Frequently Asked Questions

  Summary of the updates added to this site each month since the site was launched   Links to Dumbiedykes pages  Link to Granton pages  Link to Leith pages   Link to Newhaven pages   Links to Portobello pages   Link to My Recent Talks

 

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  Acknowledgements

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Thank you to the following for allowing me to reproduce their photographs,
 other images and in some cases, their poetry.:

1st Leith Boys' Brigade Ex-Members' Association, for allowing me to reproduce photos from their collection.

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Dagmawi Abebe, Los Angeles, California, USA, for allowing me to reproduce a painting of John Horsburgh by Edith M Horsburgh.  Dagmawi is attempting to ascertain which John Horsburgh is the subject of this painting and which Edith M Horsburgh is the artist.

AberdeenPhoto.com, formerly Aberdeen Photogrpahic Services Ltd.  Thank you to Neil Gordon for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a Music Club at St Thomas' School, taken around 1952.

Aberdeen University - for permission to reproduce George Washington Wilson photogrpahs from their GWW Photographic Archive.

David Abrahams, Middle Ridge, Queensland, Australia for allowing me to reproduce two portraits a soldier that he believes was his Great Aunts fiancé who was killed in action, or possibly died from injuries sustained in action during World War I.  David has asked a few questions about these photos.

Acacio, Dallas, Texas, USA, for allowing me to reproduce a carbon print of the Capitol, Washington, printed by A W Elson, Boston.

Muriel Janet Adam, née Fairley, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of the school class for the Qualifying Dance, taken at Hermitage Park School in 1959.

Alistair Adams, Giffnock, East Renfrewshire, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of children at Carrick Knowe Primary School, taken in the mid-1950s.

Steve Aitken, Glasgow, Scotland - now moved to Blackburn, Lancashire, England - - for permission to reproduce a photograph of the back of a Parisian Photo Co cabinet print, and other photos from his family album.

Marty Aldinger, Minnesota, USA, for allowing me to reproduce an engraving by Robert S Forrest, together with Robert S Forrest's signature from the engraving.

Bill Aldred, Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of the Bruce Peebles workforce, taken in 1957

John Alexander for allowing me to reproduce photos of his group, Plastic Meringue, that played in Casablanca Discotheque, Edinburgh, in the late-1960s.

Kerry Alexander, Gracemount, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of her family photos.  The family used to live in Dumbiedykes.

Nick Alexander, Kew, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia for allowing me to reproduce a photograph used by Bernie Rhind, the sculptor of the Royal Scots Greys Memorial Statue in West Princes Street Gardens.

Tom Allan, Portland, Oregon, USA for allowing me to reproduce his photograph of a school class at Murrayburn School, Edinburgh, taken around 1950.

John Alsop for allowing me to include some Edinburgh railway photographs from his collection on this web site.  Thank you also to Nick Catford, Kent, England, for drawing my attention to these photos.

Angie Anderson, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne & Weir, England, for allowing me to reproduce a postcard portrait photograph of a wedding, taken by Morrison's Studio, Edinburgh.

Christine Anderson (née Keith), Duddingston, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce her photos of classes at Leith Walk School, taken in the 1940s and 1950s.

Cynthia Anderson (née Smith),  Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Prefects (including herself) and Headmaster, taken at Lismore Primary School in 1959-60.

Steve Anderson, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia for allowing me to reproduce his photographs of the gravestone of bagpipe maker and photographer, John Center.

Stuart Anderson for allowing me to reproduce this photograph of a cart parked outside the main entrance to Holyrood Palace, beneath the coat of arms.

Eric Arbuckle, Largs, North Ayrshire, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a photo of his school class - Class 2A at Trinity Academy, taken in 1952.

Anta Architecture, Fearn, Tain, Ross, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce their vision of how the Caltongate site in Edinburgh could be developed following a traditionally Scottish theme.

Katie Elliott Armitage, France,  for providing:
    -   some photographs taken by John Ross of his family
    -   a photograph of a miniature painting by John Ross' wife.

Paul Argyle, North Devon, England, for allowing me to reproduce his photograph by James Howie Jun, which he believes may include Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

Zella Ashford,  Edinburgh

Shaeron Averbuch, Granton, Edinburgh, who produced the 'Cavorting Sailors' statues for the exhibit beside Leith Library for permission to reproduce photographs of:

-  the 'Cavorting Sailors' statues, now  beside Granton Lighthouse

-  another exhibit from Granton Lighthouse

Nicole Azzalini for allowing me to reproduce photos from her family collection, including photos taken at the VAT 69 whisky bond in Leith, in the 1930s.

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Hussein Bahram,  Iran for allowing me to reproduce a photo entitled 'Bazaar', one of the photos accepted in the Edinburgh Photographic Society International Exhibition of Photography, 2005

Katherine Fraser Bailey for allowing me to reproduce some portraits of members of her family, taken in the early 1900s.

Mike Balcom-Vetillo, Earlville, Illinois, USA, for allowing me to reproduce an image of one of his oil paintings by Horsburgh, Edinburgh.

John Ballantyne, Boswall, Edinburgh, formerly of Arthur Street, Dumbiedykes, for allowing me to reproduce photographs of the Southside football club, Heart of Midlothian Foresters and a photograph of a  class at Jimmy Clark's school.

David Bain, Rotherham, South Yorkshire, England,  for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos of railways and shipping in and around Edinburgh , including a photograph of minesweepers in Granton Harbour taken by his late father, Tom Bain, in 1945

David also has other photos from his collection on the flickr web site.

Robert Baker, Brooklyn, Connecticut, USA, for allowing me to reproduce a photo taken when USAF Airmen based at Kirknewton visited an orphanage or Boys' home near Balerno in 1963 or 1964.

Terry Ann Balmain Banks, Suffolk, England, for allowing me to reproduce some colour photographs taken by her grandfather, Kenneth Field Balmain.

Kenneth Field Balmain lived in North Berwick, East Lothian, Scotland.  He was the son of James Charles Haliburton Balmain who had photographic studios in Edinburgh from 1888.

Robert Baptie, Southampton, Hampshire, England,  for sending me two photos which I have now added to the 'Where is it?' section of the EdinPhoto web site.

Ian Barker for allowing me to reproduce a photo-lithograph by James Bacon of his Aunt Gertie.

Lionel Barthold,  USA

Ian Bartlett, Londonderry, Northern Ireland,  for allowing me to reproduce images relating to the Londonderry studios of the Ayton photographers.

Bill Bartley for permission to reproduce photographs of a couple of Valentine books, covers and frontispieces.

Stuart Bates, SW of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia for sending me a photograph of a man in military uniform, from the studio of John McManus, Edinburgh.

Thank you also to Victor  Wallwork, Ottawa, Ontario, Australia for allowing me to reproduce this photo.  It was Victor who sent the photo to Stewart

Steve Batrick, Ross-on Wye-England

Alan Battson, Wilstead, Bedfordshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce photographs of his model steam engine, sold by E Lennie, Optician, 46 Princes Street, Edinburgh.

Julie Ann Baxter for allowing me to reproduce a copy of a photograph taken by a street photographer in Princes Street, Edinburgh.

Nigel Baxter, Boston, Lincolnshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce some of his old photos of Edinburgh and Leith taken in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, including some taken on Coronation Day, June 2, 1953.

These photos are taken from medium format negatives that Nigel acquired as a 'job lot' in an auction following a house clearance.  He is trying to discover who the photographer might have been.

Steve Beadle, Gillingham, Kent, England - photographs of members of the family of the early Scottish photographer, Horatio Ross.

Janet Beale, Sydney, Australia

Richard Beattie, Harare, Zimbabwe, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his great great grandfather, the Linlithgow and Edinburgh photographer, James Paton

Dr Pamela Beaumont, West Sussex, for a photograph of her grandfather, Dr Karl Basil Edwards, taken by C Pollard-Crowther

Irene Beaver, Kirkliston, West Lothian, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce photographs of groups of children taken in South Oxford Street, Edinburgh in 1956-57.

Jude Beggs, Chiswick, West London, England for allowing me to reproduce the back of one of her postcards - a Healey Healey Hislop 'Christmas 1916' postcard.

Carol Bell (née Welsh), Melbourne, Victoria Australia for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of her two sons, dressed in St Patrick's school uniform, and a photo of Blackfriars Street Football Team.

Jean Bell for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of the 'leftovers' from Class 4A at James Clark School, taken in 1949.

Tony Bellhouse, Edinburgh Photographic Society, for allowing me to reproduce his photo used on the poster for the Exhibition of Work by Members of Edinburgh Photographic Society, on display at the Fine Art Library at Edinburgh Central Library in November 2013.

Ben, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce his photograph of boat houses on the Union Canal.

Geraldine Benzmann Eastbourne, grand-daughter of the Edinburgh photographer, Claude Low, for photos of Charles' family.

Benzyl for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Lady Stair's House, from his 'Flickr' web site.

Doug Berndt ARPS, a Member of Edinburgh Photographic Society, for allowing me to reproduce his photo titled 'Loup of Fintry', used on the poster advertising the EPS Annual Exhibition of Photos, displayed in the Fine Art Library at Edinburgh Central LIbrary, George IV Bridge, Edinburgh, in November 2016.

Karen Berry, Livingston, East Lothian, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph used on the poster for the Exhibition of Work by Members of Edinburgh Photographic Society, on display at the Fine Art Library at Edinburgh Central Library in November 2012.

Jimmy Beveridge for allowing me to reproduce his plan of Baird Drive, which he drew to enable some of the results from the 'Baird Drive Nostalgia Project' to be recorded.

Peter Bevis, Oregon, USA

Tom Bigley, Craigentinny, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce photos of an old developing and printing wallet, supplied by the Edinburgh photographic dealer, JF Duthie.

Colin Bingham, Bathgate, West Lothian, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce photographs taken around Edinburgh from the early-1950s.  Some of these are from 35mm negatives;  others were taken with Andrew's Voigtlander camera.

Norrie Bishop, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his class at Leith Walk Primary School, probably taken around 1956-57, when the class was in its final year at the school.

Walter Bisset for allowing me to reproduce photographs of classes at Sciennes School (1954) and James Clark School (1958).

John Blackwood, Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce some photos from his family collection, including photos of his mother at Sciennes school and Boroughmuir school around the 1920s and photos of removal lorries from his uncle's business, John H Lunn, taken around the 1930s.

Rab Blackwood, formerly of Dumbiedykes, for allowing me to reproduce a photo of himself and friend at Dumbiedykes and a photo of a class at Milton House school.

Derek Blair, Australia, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of the training ship TS Dolphin at Leith Docks

Peter Blair, near London, England, for sending me images in connection with his research into who was 'Edinburgh Stereographic Company'.

George Blakey, Codsall, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, England for permission to reproduce a cabinet print, probably from a Glasgow studio.  George is trying to discover where and when this photo  might have been taken.

Fred Blick, Stafford, Staffordshire, England for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Bill Baxter, of Moir & Baxter's garage, and cars, taken in the 1950s.

Max Blinkhorn, Portobello, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a jolly boat off the shore at Portobello.

Anne Blisset (née Meikle), Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada for allowing me to reproduce photographs of classes at Preston Street Primary School and Moray House.

Robert Blomfield, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce some of the photos that he took between 1956 and 1967 while studying to become a Doctor in Edinburgh.

Thank you, also, to Robert's brother, John, for sending the photos to me.  John is hoping to discover where in Edinburgh these photos were taken.

Jimmy Boner, a member of the Queensferry History Group, for permission to reproduce a one of his postcards of the Forth Bridge.

Jeanette Boon, Welland, Ontario, Canada, for permission to reproduce a photograph of a reunion of people who used to live in the Dumbiedykes area of Edinburgh

Keith Borthwick,  Borders, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a school class photo of seven-year-olds from Granton Primary School taken in 1949.

However, old school class photos have been arriving faster than I have been able to cope with them so I've not added this on to the web site.  I may add it later.

Mike Borys for allowing me to reproduce some of his membership cards and flyers from Edinburgh clubs and discos in the 1960s and 1970s.

Boston Catholic Journal, Stoneham, Massachusetts, USA, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of St Ann's School and playground that appeared in their journal.

Benny Bough, Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of an old house at Niddrie, taken in 1898.

Janine Bounden, Devon, England, and her sister Christine for allowing me to reproduce a photo of a metal pencil holder marked with the name of Crawford's Biscuits, which they found amongst their dad's belongings.

Trina Bouvet, Grenoble, France, granddaughter of the Portobello photographer, Philip Ernest Low, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of her grandmother, Margaret Chisholm, taken by Philip Ernest Low.

Eric Bower,  Comely Bank, Edinburgh, whose photograph appeared on the poster advertising the exhibition of work by members of Edinburgh Photographic Society, displayed in the Fine Art Room at Edinburgh Central Library in November 2003.  Also thank you to Eric for allowing me to reproduce Edinburgh and Leith photos taken on colour slide by his father in the 1950s.

Evelyne Bozzato for allowing me to reproduce photos of her Jerome postcard portrait,  probably taken at a Jerome studio in France.

Doreen D Brady, Edison, New Jersey, USA  -  for permission to include a photograph of the gravestone of her grandfather, the photographer Louis Saul Langfier.

Gordon Boyd, Waddell's Garage, Colinton, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce some old photographs of Colinton.

John Bradley, Ashover, Derbyshire, England, for giving me information about the Photographic Conventions of the United Kingdom, and for allowing me to reproduce photographs of the 1886 and 1900 Conventions.

Iain Brennan, Leith, for allowing me to reproduce his photograph of Craigentinny Primary School, taken in 1941.

Dr Sandy Brewer, Galloway, SW Scotland, for sending me reproductions of two paintings of 'Jesus in Edinburgh' by  EPS Member, Tom Curr.  Thank you also to the Kerr family for allowing me to reproduce these images.

Bob Brindle, Nottinghamshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Graham Street, Bonnington, decorated to welcome troops returning from World War II.

John Brindle, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of some of the Standard Life Assurance Company's actuarial students taken around 1965.

John Brindle, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of some of the Standard Life Assurance Company's actuarial students taken around 1965.British Pathé Ltd, London, for allowing me to reproduce an image from the start of a film clip of a parade along Princes Street at the start of Allies Week, 1942.

Florence Broderick, Muriston, West Lothian, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a class at Castle Hill school.  The photo was taken around 1949-50.

Barry Broderson, who lives near Miami, Florida, for allowing me to reproduce his postcard of Victoria Park, Leith, published by Marshall Wane, around 1909-15.

Norma Brodie, Auckland, New Zealand, for allowing me to reproduce photos of Leith workers taken in 1932 and Leith Mounted Police taken in early-1960s.

Ian Brooks, Oxfordshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a crested ware pot bearing the inscription 'Durie Brown & Co, Princes Street, Edinburgh' on its base

Alan Brotchie, Aberdour, Fife, Scotland, transport enthusiast and author of several books on transport in and around Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce some of his transport photographs.

Broughton History Society, (John Dickie), Broughton, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce photos from their collection.

Terry Broughton, St Helens, Lancashire, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photo which he believes to have been taken somewhere around Edinburgh Old Town in 1963.  Where might this photo have been taken?

Alan Brown, England, for providing an entry to the 2009 International Exhibition of Photography, hosted by Edinburgh Photographic Society.  The photographs that I have included on the web site are two of about 200 photos accepted for the 2009 exhibition. 

One of these photos was uses on an EPS 2009 International Exhibition poster.  The other was used on the cover of the 2009 International Exhibition catalogue.

James Brown, Western Australia, Australia for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his class taken at Hermitage Park Primary School, around 1940 and of his daughter's class taken at Bonnington Road School, Leith, around 1968.

John Brown for allowing me to reproduce photos of his grandfather, the Edinburgh Melodion player of the early 1900s.

Marie Brown, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of the band that she once played in - The Royal Blind Asylum Band.  The photo was taken around 1954-56.

Susan Brown for providing an entry to the 2010 International Exhibition of Photography, hosted by Edinburgh Photographic Society.  This is one of about 200 photos accepted for the 2010 Exhibition and was one of three photos chosen to be included on posters to promote the exhibition.

Kathleen Brown, Callander, Perthshire, for allowing me to reproduce images of a cabinet print from the studio of A W Clement, 7 Hope Street, Edinburgh.

Robin Brown, Tranent, East Lothian, for allowing me to reproduce his black+white photograph of an old petrol pump at Peebles in the Scottish Borders.

Val Brown for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Blackfriars Street residents taken, probably, in the late-1940s.

Lynne Browne, Cambridge, Maryland, USA, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of five bowlers, including her grandfather, taken in 1901 by photographer C E Ross who had a studio at Stockbridge, Edinburgh.

William Brown for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos, including photos of Grampian TV's Control Unit.

Bruce, Chichester, West Sussex for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of an Edinburgh tram destination board.

Douglas Bryce for allowing me to reproduce his photograph of a name stamping machine, of the type that used to be found on the platform of the Caledonian Station in Edinburgh and many other stations throughout Britain.

Robert Bryce, Nyora, Victoria, Australia for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a Wardie School class, taken around 1947-48.

Barbara Buckley, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a list of the  Opening Dates of St Cuthbert's co-op shops in Edinburgh.

Paul Burford, an e-mail contact

Laurie Burns, Lafayette, California, USA  - for a cabinet print by Turnbull in which one of the sitters has been removed.

Marie Burns, London, England, for allowing me to reproduce a portrait by John Horsburgh on white opaque glass

Robbie Burns, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a model of a railway wagon, owned by Devlin Trawlers, Granton.  Robbie displays a wide variety of '00' gauge and 'N' gauge railway wagons and coaches on his Robbie's Rolling Stock web site.

David Buchanan, a member of Edinburgh Photographic Society,  for a poster for his own exhibition of photographs to be staged In the Fine Art Library at Edinburgh Central Library from 5 to 28 January 2006

Julian Bukits, Southside, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce the cover of his book 'A Study of James G Tunny, 1820-1887'

Janette Burden (née Drinan) for allowing me to reproduce one of her photos, taken at Dalry School, around 1958.

Richard Burt, Eaglesham, Renfrewshire, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his great grandfather, Patrick Kiernan, Janitor of Craiglockhart Primary School, dressed in his Janitor's uniform in the 1930s.

Mark Butterworth, Stirling, Central Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a glass slide of farming on Arran, a photograph by the Wishaw photographer, Charles Reid

John Butler, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, England - for thumbnail images of some of his walks around Britain.  These are taken from his web site: 'John Butler's Landscape Photography.'

Peter Byrne, Navan, Co Meath, Ireland, for allowing me to reproduce two of his portraits on sink by James Bacon & Sons.

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Derek Caiden, Blackhall, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce some of his old family photographs, including some taken by his uncle, Robert Caiden in and around Edinburgh in the late-1950s and early-1960s

Mark Cain, Minnesota, USA, for allowing me to reproduce one of his cabinet prints of a soldier in one of the volunteer regiments.  The cabinet print is from the studio of Richard Stuart Brown, Edinburgh.

Yvonne Cain, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia for permission to reproduce a photograph of a class from Wardie School, taken in the 1950s and photographs of Holyrood taken in the early 1900s.

Cliff Cairns, near Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce one of his photographs of Kingston House, Liberton, Edinburgh, taken in 2009.

Jim Cairns, Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his Primary 1 class, taken at Castle Hill School, Edinburgh, in 1949.

Sheila Cairns, Northfield, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce one of her photos of Bingham, Edinburgh, taken around 1984.

Danny Callaghan, Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce two photographs of school classes at St Mary's School, York Lane, Edinburgh, and some photos of Edinburgh taken by his father.

Michael Callaghan for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his father, Mick Callaghan, with his St Cuthbert's horse on a milk round in Edinburgh.

Jim Callender, Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada for permission to reproduce his photos of Canonmills and Broughton districts of Edinburgh.

Calton Youth Ministry and Mr Stanley, now living in Stanley, Perth, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce some of his old photos of East Thomas Street and surrounding streets in Edinburgh.  Thank you also to Davie Martin for allowing me to reproduce his copies of these photos.

Colin Campbell, Hampshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce two photos of his Edinburgh & Waverley Cub Pack, taken probably around 1944.

Ian Campbell, Shoreham on Sea, West Sussex, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a Police Box on the corner of Montgomery Street and East Montgomery Place.

Jim Campbell, St Albert, Alberta for allowing me to reproduce some of his old school photographs of classes at Niddrie Marischal school and Craigmillar school, Edinburgh in the 1950s.

Brian Cameron for allowing me to reproduce some of his photographs of housing at Gilmerton, hit by subsidence in November and December 2000.

Eileen Cameron for allowing me to reproduce photos taken by herself and by another of the nurses at The City Hospital, Edinburgh, around 1948-52.

Sandy Cameron, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a Café opposite the Usher Hall in Lothian Road, Edinburgh, taken probably in the 1980s.

Malcolm Cant, Greenbank, Edinburgh, local history researcher, lecturer and author.

Veronica Caperon, for copies of photographs to be included in her exhibition 'An Hour at the Fringe' to be held in Edinburgh in August 2005.

Vasco Carapucinha, Portugal, for allowing me to reproduce a photo of a portrait drawn in pencil, with a James C H Balmain label on the back of it.

Steve Carl, Yeovil, Somerset, England, for allowing me to reproduce photographs of his book, published by Valentine & Sons Ltd, titled 'Scotland Picturesque & Romantic'.

Graham Carlin, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce his photograph of St Leonard's Lane, Edinburgh, taken in 2005.

Ian Carroll, Silverknowes, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce two of his photos of classes at Milton House School.  The photos were taken in 1953 and 1957.  Please email me if you know how to contact Norman Watson, who took one of the photos sent to me by Ian.

Tom Carroll, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his class at Craigmuir Primary School.

John Carson for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of wrought ironwork on a lamp post in Tower Place at the entrance to Leith Docks.

Alan Cassie for for allowing me to reproduce a photo of ferries from the Queensferry Crossing.  The photo was taken at North Queensferry after the ferries had been decommissioned on the opening of the Forth Road Bridge on 4 September 1964.

Theresa Carthy (née Lapping), Cork, Ireland, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a school class at St Ninian's school, taken around 1940-41.

Nick Catford, Kent, England, for allowing me to use some of his photographs of the Scotland Street Tunnel, and extracts from some of his old maps of Edinburgh.

Edith Caulfield (née Cavanagh), Toronto, Ontario, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce a photo of a school class at St Thomas of Aquin's school, taken in 1958.

Paul Cava, Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania, USA, for permission to reproduce three photogravure prints from his Fine Art web site. These photogravures are by James Craig Annan.

Alastair Chalmers, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce photos that I took, in October 2010, of pictures on the walls of the Pavilion belonging to the Boys' Brigade Leith Battalion.

John Chalmers, Edinburgh, and David Watson for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Canaan House, Morningside, taken by John for David who is investigating the history of the house and its inhabitants.

Steve Chambers for allowing me to reproduce a photograph that he took, in 1980, of the Manderston Street bridge over Leith Walk being demolished.

Gerald Chaplin for a couple of school photos taken at St Francis' School in 1957.  Unfortunately, I've not been able to contact Gerald Chaplin, or whoever inherited the copyright to his photos.  If you can help me to contact them, please email me to let me know, then I'll discuss copyright with them.

Doug Chatham, Polwarth, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce:

(a)  one of the photos that he bought on eBay - possibly of one of the docks or harbours on the Firth of Forth AND

(b) a photograph of 'The May Queen', a duty boat at Granton Harbour at wartime  that he found in a skip at Tollcross, Edinburgh in 1989.

Cathy Chick, Devon, England, for allowing me to reproduce photos of Edinburgh found in the collection of her great grandfather, the Selkirk professional photographer and postcard publisher, AR Edwards, and granddaughter of his son, Robert Edwards.

Chris, Perth, Western Australia, for allowing me to reproduce a painting by John Horsburgh of a boy with a model yacht.

Derek Christie for permission to reproduce an image from the poster for his photographic exhibition 'Marvellous Medicine - a journey of exploration with a microscope' to be staged at the Leith School of Art from 19 January to 10 February 2006.

Christine and Janine for allowing me to reproduce a photo of a metal pencil holder marked with the name of Crawford's Biscuits, which they found amongst their dad's belongings.

City of Edinburgh Architects, Don Mackenzie for allowing me to reproduce some photos of Glenogle Swimming Baths, Stockbridge, Edinburgh, following refurbishment.

City of Edinburgh Council for allowing me to reproduce photos, including press images for the exhibition 'China: A Photographic Portrait' to be staged at Edinburgh City Art Centre, July 5 to September 14, 2008.

Alex Clark for allowing me to reproduce a photo of himself and his brother, taken in 1971 on the steps of Deanbank House.

Brian D Clark ARPS, DPAGB,  Dundee Photographic Society for allowing me to reproduce  a photograph entitled 'Morning Light' - Bambrough, one of the photographs accepted in the Edinburgh Photographic Society International Exhibition of Photography, 2005 and the photograph entitled 'Into the Light' that was featured on the EPS International Exhibition poster 2008

John Clark, Canada for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his class at Merchiston School, taken around 1943

Louisa Clark for allowing me to reproduce two photos from her collection.  The photos are of a street party at Tynecastle Place, Gorgie, Edinburgh

Peter Clarke, Peebles, Borders, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph that he took of the shop at 10 Hamilton Place, Stockbridge, Edinburgh, for comparison with an earlier photo taken around 1912.

Michael Clarkson, Tranent, East Lothian, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce photos taken at Miller & Co's foundry, Edinburgh.  Michael worked for Miller & Co from 1959 until 1964.

Rab Cleary, Johannesburg, South Africa, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Jewel Cottages, Bingham, Edinburgh, where he used to live.

Simon Clegg, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia for allowing me to reproduce photos of Edinburgh clubs and discos, including a photo of Coasters Roller Disco at Tollcross, taken around 1979

Sandy Cleland, Penicuik, Midlothian, Scotland, a member of Edinburgh Photographic Society for allowing me to reproduce one of his photographs that was selected for the EPS International Exhibition 2007 and was featured on a poster for that exhibition.

Andrew Coates, Edinburgh,  for allowing me to reproduce some maps and photos sent to me in connection with his research into some Marshall Wane sporting photographs from around 1900.

Sandra Cochrane (née Johnson), Consecon, Ontario, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce some of her photos of Stockbridge and Leith, taken in the 1950s.

The Cockburn Association, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce the cover of their 'Doors Open Day' leaflet for 2012.

Bob Cockburn, grandson of the owner of Cockburn & Co Restaurant in Leith Street in the early 1900s, for allowing me reproduce some of his photos on this web site.

Stuart Coghill, Northampton, Northamptonshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce his photo of Leith Docks Commission, taken in 2011.  he photo includes his great great grandfather.

Lorraine Cole for allowing me to reproduce two photos of her father, Jimmy Cole, with his milk delivery horse from St Cuthbert's Co-op.

Alex Collins, Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales for allowing me to reproduce photographs of school classes at Burdiehouse School taken in 1953 and James Clark School taken in 1953.

Steven Colquhoun for allowing me to reproduce photographs of his Pendrich family who used to live at Keir Street, Edinburgh

CSV - Community History Project Archive,  Edinburgh

Conde Naste Publications Ltd, for permission to reproduce a photograph that appeared on a poster advertising an exhibition of photographs by John Deakin held in Edinburgh in 2003.

Carol Conrad, Leith, Edinburgh,  for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of her school class at Flora Stevenson School, Edinburgh, taken in in 1960 or 1961.

Michael Convy for allowing me to reproduce a copy of a License to take Landscape Views in Holyrood Park. The license is dated 1922, dated 1922, and also for allowing me to reproduce a postcard of Arden Street, Marchmont, Edinburgh.

Lesley Conway, for permission to reproduce photographs from Jerome's studio in the early 1930s and other photographs from his collection.

Corstorphine Trust,  Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce photos that I took at their museum at the Heritage Centre, Corstorphine.

Cosalt International Ltd.,  Grimsby, for allowing me to reproduce photos of Cosalt's net works at Granton, Edinburgh, taken around the 1970s.

Ron Cosens,   web site: author of www.cartedevisite.co.uk.  Ron also spent many hours searching through his collection of cartes de visite, and finding those from Edinburgh.  Also for allowing me to use some of his more interesting photographs by Edinburgh Photographers such as WK Munro, J Austin and WT Bashford

Dave Cotton, Bermagui, New South Wales, Australia, for allowing me to reproduce a cabinet print of a photo taken in Alexander Adam Inglis' studio, Rock House, Edinburgh in 1895.

Gus Coutts, Duddingston, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos of views from Calton Hill and from the Firth of Forth, taken in 2007 and 2008 and other photos of Edinburgh.

Hannah Couvillion, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA for permission to reproduce a painting by John Horsburgh.

Bob Cowe, Leith, for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos of the Forth Road Bridge under construction in 1962.

 Iain Cox for allowing me to reproduce detail from the back of a Crowe & Rodgers carte de visite

Terry Cox for allowing me to reproduce pages from his copy of a street lighting catalogue published by MacKenzie & Moncur in Edinburgh in 1937.

Joe Coyle, The Inch, Edinburgh, has taken several recent photos of the streets around Dumbiedykes.  One of these, a photograph of St Ann's School, has been reproduced on this site with acknowledgement to Joe.

I have also included an old photograph of a group taken in Holyrood Park, provided by Joe Coyle.

Crabbies, Leith (a subsidiary of United Distillers) makers of Crabbies Green Ginger wine for allowing me to reproduce copies of two old photos that used to hang in the Crabbies works at Great Junction Street, Leith.

John Crae, Leith, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce two photos that he took of the Surfaceman's Cottage on the Innocent Railway in Holyrood Park.  These photos were taken in 2004 and 2008.

Rab Craig, Penicuik, Midlothian for allowing me to reproduce photographs of the 'The Andy Russell Seven', an Edinburgh group that played in the 1960s.  Rab is cousin of Dave Ewart, drummer in 'The Andy Russell Seven' group.

Robbie Craig, Dungeness, Romney Marsh, Kent, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his class at Silverknowes school, taken around 1969.

Craigmillar Community Arts for allowing me to reproduce posters advertising thier exhibitions.

Alistair Crawford, Hastings, New Zealand for providing a carte de visite from the studio of the Edinburgh photographer, James Howie Junior.

David Cress, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, for allowing me to reproduce some of his John Moffat cartes de visite, possibly of famous people, maybe having connections with Edinburgh University.

Tam Croal, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos, including photos taken in Holyrood Park and the Dumbiedykes district of Edinburgh..

Wullie Croal, Edinburgh, (Wardieburn in 1991; where now?) for photos of the Dumbiedykes area of Edinburgh taken in the 1950s-70s.  Thank you also to Wullie's son, Tam Croal, for providing images of the photos for use on this web site.

Ruth Croft, Birmingham, West Midlands, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph by John Fraser Lessels 'The Photo King'.

Cromwell Press, for permission to reproduce several photographs of Granton that appeared in James Gracie's book: "Stranger on the Shore - A Short History of Granton", published by Cromwell Press.  Most or all of these photos come from the Buccleuch Estate Archives.

Andrew Crummy for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of 'The Venchie', a children's playground at Craigmillar, taken in 1973.

Stephen Cue, Numulgi, New South Wales, Australia, for allowing me to reproduce his 19th century watercolour of West Granton Pier, Edinburgh, painted by Weir in 1887.

Frances Culham, Bedfordshire, England,  for allowing me to reproduce photos from her family collection, including a photograph of her great great grandfather, the early Fife and Edinburgh photographer, Thomas Buist.

Sheila Cull (née Clark), now living in Barrack Heights, NSW, Australia, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Canongate Girls' Club, Edinburgh, taken around 1958 and other photographs of Edinburgh groups.

Jeremy Culpin, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, England for allowing me to reproduce images of one of his books published by Valentine & Sons.

Miles Cumming, Edinburgh, for permission to reproduce his photograph of an old lamp post at Middle Pier, Granton Harbour, photos of a pass from the Duke of Buccleuch allowing a carriage to pass along Granton Road and his photos of Portobello Open Air swimming pool.

Ann Cunliffe (née Pip WATT), Edinburgh  for allowing me to reproduce her photograph of  class from London Street School.  The photo was taken around 1944.

Archie Currie for allowing me to reproduce photographs of classes in his old school, Gorgie Primary School.

Jimmy Cunningham, Gracemount, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce some of his photographs taken in Gracemount in 2009.

Sheldon Cunningham, second grand-nephew of James Good Tunny, for allowing me to reproduce cartes de visite of members of  J G Tunny's family, taken by James Good Tunny

Tom Cunningham, Thornhill, Stirlingshire, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Cossack Dancers from Georgia, Russia, who participated in the show, Buffalo Bill's Wild West & Congress of Rough Riders of the World in Edinburgh in 1904.

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Stuart Dalgleish, Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce photos from his collection, including a photo of a class at Roseburn Primary School, taken in 1922, and a postcard of an unidentified location, probably somewhere in or around Edinburgh.

Dalry Primary School  -  I have included my photograph of a mural beside the Union Canal,  on display during the Edinburgh Canal Festival, 2013, with acknowledgement to the creators, Dalry Primary School.

Sarah Dalrymple, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of her recent photographs, comparing Edinburgh 'Then' and 'Now'.

Dr F A Dalrymple Hamilton for allowing me to reproduce some photographs of railways in and around Edinburgh.

John Darcy for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos of Leith, including some taken in Leith in the 1970s and 1980s, and also other photos, including some taken in The Meadows in 1965.

Thank you, also, to Bob Moffat, Bonnyrigg, Midlothian, Scotland and John Stewart, Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland for providing copies of some of John's Leith photos.

Darlene, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada for allowing me to reproduce illustrations from her book by Valentine & Sons Ltd, 'Telling the Time - Big Ben - A Clock book in Rhyme'.

Ian Davy, Scotland, for allowing Edinburgh Photographic Society to reproduce his photo titled 'Nutcracker', entered in the EPS Members' Exhibition 2012 to be reproduced on a poster advertising the exhibition.  The poster has been reproduced on the EdinPhoto web site.

Donald Davidson for allowing me to reproduce photos connected with the Edina Street district of Edinburgh.

Gordon Davie, Abbeyhill, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photo of his mother. Ellen, as a child, sitting on a tricycle at Jerome's Studio, Leith Walk, Edinburgh.  The photo would have been taken around 1939-40.

Jo Ann Davies, near Albany, New York, USA, for providing images of a children's book published by Valentine & Sons Ltd.

Cynthia Davis, Tampa, Florida, USA, for providing a photograph of a painting of a horse by the early Edinburgh photographer and artist, James Howie.

Virginia (Gin) Davis, Barboursville, Virginia, USA, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a Duncan's chocolate tin.  Gin is trying to discover when this tin might have been produced.

 Iain Davitt for allowing me to reproduce one of the photos from his family collection, a cabinet print from the studio of John McManus, Edinburgh

Jim Dawe, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce a Laubach family Musical Programme and Letterhead.

Geoff Dawson, Kent, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photo of a miniature Bible given to the photographer George CH Balmain by his mother in 1906.

Irene Day (née Sharrock) and husband, Wigan, Lancashire, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a 50th anniversary reunion taken at Leith Walk Primary School in 2007.

www.deadfred.co.uk for allowing me to reproduce a carte de visite of Hugh Paton's studio in Campbeltown

Rene Dee (London) for copies of advertisements for Photographic Fairs and the Programme for a Play performed by Members of the Professional Photographers' Association at their Annual Congress in the Horticultural Halls, London.

Rick Devin (Happy Valley, Rhode Island, USA) for copies of the front and back of a carte de visite by Brown, Barnes & Bell, including a label on which instructions were given for painting in oils.

Darnie Devlin, Trinity, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce photographs from his family collection.  Darnie is son of Robert Devlin who ran the business of Thomas L Devlin & Sons, trawler owners, based at Granton, Edinburgh,  and grandson of Thomas Leishman Devlin who founded the business.

John Devlin, Sun City, Florida, USA, a member of the family of trawler owners at Granton, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a Devlin family reunion in the USA in 1951.

June Dickins for allowing me to reproduce two photos by Louis Saul Langfier of her grandmother, Catherine Cunningham.

David Dickson for allowing me to reproduce transport photos from his collection.

John Dickson, Royston, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce his photograph of Milton House school playground and many other photos.

John Dickson, Silverknowes, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce his photograph of a stopper from a stoneware bottle produced by Dunbar & Co, Pleasance, Edinburgh

Kenny Dickson for allowing me to reproduce photos of some Edinburgh school classes and a group of Edinburgh scouts.

John Dinwoodie, Granton, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos of Granton Harbour, Edinburgh.

Ron Dingwall, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his Primary 6 class at Preston Street School, taken in 1959-60, and other photos from his collection, including some taken at Lutton Place

Ed Dittus for allowing me to include postcards of the C15 siege gun, Mons Meg, at Edinburgh Castle

Mark Di Vecchio (San Diego, California, USA) for his web site that displays an old package of solio paper, and for permission to reproduce this picture.

Michael Dobosz, Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce his photograph of lettering carved into the rock near the summit of Arthur's Seat in Holyrood Park, Edinburgh.

Allan Dodds, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of The Pleasance being demolished around 1960, and other photographs of Edinburgh.

Elizabeth Dodds, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce her poem, 'Warriston Cemetery', written in 2012

Adrian H Dodsley, Oakerthorpe, Derbyshire, for allowing me to reproduce some Edinburgh images from his collection of British tram and bus photographs.

Chris Dolphin (York, Yorkshire, England) for copies of a photograph, a photograph wallet and wrapping, all from the studio of J Campbell Harper, 131, 135 Leith Walk, Edinburgh.

Isabel Dominy, Reading, Berkshire, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a cabinet print from the studio of Charles McKean, Portobello, Edinburgh

Gerry Donaghy, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his father, George Spence Donaghy, taken while he was on leave from RAF Bomber Command,  that was displayed in the window of Burlington Studio, Dalry Road, Haymarket, Edinburgh.

Dave Donatelli, Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada for allowing me to reproduce his photo of a soldier in front of a Forth Bridge backdrop.  This photo comes from the studio of Peter McGill.

Chris Doré, North London, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Anchor Inn Roadhouse at 114-116 West Granton Road, Edinburgh.

David Doubleday, Epping, Essex, England for allowing me to reproduce images of his Jerome photographic wallets. from the 1930s

Barry Douglas for allowing me to reproduce images of his A W Elson photographs and of the A W Elson label on the back of one of them.

Brian Douglas, Kirkliston, West Lothian, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph taken on Armistice Day 1955, that includes him as a Lifeboy.

Chris Douglas, The Orchard Bar & Restaurant, Canonmills, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some old photos that he recently found in the basement of The Orchard Bar.

Roy Douglas for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos of some of the buildings and playgrounds at his old school at Moredun, Edinbugh.

Sally Douglas, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, for giving me details of the Douglas family of artists and photographers, and for allowing me to reproduce two sketches by Gilbert Eric Douglas (known as Eric) taken from an autograph book from the BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition, 1930.

Ben Dowell, for allowing me to reproduce a few of the photos of Edinburgh Cinemas that appear on Mawgrim's Odeon Cavalcade web site.

John Downie for allowing me to reproduce photographs of paintings of Upper Spylaw Mill, Colinton, Edinburgh.

Donaldson's College, Linlithgow, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of their new school that opened at Linlithgow in January 2008.

Roy Drummond, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce  his photographs of a football team and a class at Peffermill School and a photograph of a football team at Niddrie Marischal School, Edinburgh.

Jim Drysdale, USA, for allowing me to reproduce photographs of his school football team at Parsons Green Primary School (1948-49) and his school Rugby 1st XV at Broughton (1954-55).

Anneke Dubash, West Lothian, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of her grandmother, taken at the studio of John C Bambrick and a photograph of a group of men including John Tocher, designer of the Portobello Wave Pool.

Andy and Jean Duff, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia,  for allowing me to reproduce some of their photographs, taken in Edinburgh in the 1940s and 1950s.

Eddie Duffy, Fox Covert, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce photos of Stockbridge, Edinburgh, taken in the 1960s.

Mina Duncan (Kirkliston Scotland) for allowing me to include a postcard portrait of one of her old friends taken at Morrison's Studios probably in the early 1920s.

Jim Duncan for allowing me to reproduce some of her photos, and also to Ann Simons (née Nielson) for providing the photos to Jim.

John Duncan for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a Primary 1 Class at Drylaw Primary School, taken around 1955 by his grandfather, Les Borrett.

Kirsty Duncanson Brunswick, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a group taken on at her great-great-grandfather's wedding by Charles W Sinclair.

Alan Dunnett, Berwick, Berwickshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce photos taken at Pentland Hills Hotel, Comiston, Edinburgh, around 1965 and in 1990.

Nick Durst, Keyser, West Virginia, USA, for allowing me to reproduce a picture of Native Americans and ships, published by AW Elson.  Nick is trying to discover more about this picture

Arthur Dutch, Clashmore, Sutherland, Scotland,  formerly Stockbridge, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce one of his old photos of Stockbridge, Edinburgh.

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Andrew Eadie, Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce  a photograph of the Thomson family taken by the photographer, Sydney Salmon of Corstorphine.

Daniel Earl for allowing me to reproduce a photograph that he took of the tug, Medusa, at Inverness, probably between 1998 and 2002.

Richard Easson, Sutherland, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce his photograph of Barnie Beattie's Pub at Newhaven, Edinburgh.

Michael Eastwood, Burnley, Lancashire, for allowing me to reproduce the front cover and frontispiece from one of his books published by Valentine & Sons.

Edinburgh City Archives.  Photos including images from the Edinburgh Street Lighting Unit collection.

Please note that permission must be obtained from Edinburgh City Archives before taking a copy of this image or using the image as part of any work, publication or web site.

Edinburgh City Libraries & Information Services, Edinburgh Room, Edinburgh Central Library,  George IV Bridge, Edinburgh.

Edinburgh International Festival Society.  A photograph of the cover of the programme for Edinburgh International Festival 2013 has been reproduced with acknowledgement to Edinburgh International Festival Society, The Hub, Castlehill, Edinburgh.

Edinburgh Merchant Company for allowing me to reproduce photographs of two paintings of Upper Spylaw Mill, Colinton, Edinburgh (formerly?) owned by Edinburgh Merchant Company.  Thank you also to John Downie, Colinton, Edinburgh for providing photographs of the paintings.

Edinburgh Photographic Society

Robert Edminson for allowing me to reproduce an aerial photo of Munro Drive, Colinton, from his father's collection.  Robert believes that the photo was probably taken, around 1956, either by his father or by  Robert believes that this photo was probably taken by either by his father or by George Robb, both of whom have now died.

Dave Edmunds, Derbyshire, England for allowing me to reproduce photos taken by his father, Douglas H M Edmunds, around Granton Harbour and the Regent Oil Terminal as it was being constructed to the SW of Granton Harbour in 1960-62.

Don Edwards Manningtree, Essex, England  -  for providing a postcard portrait of a soldier.

Drew Edwards Fife, Scotland  -  for providing two old photographs of Leith Docks.

David Elder, Perth, Perthshire, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a Police Box in a building on the corner of Rose Street and Rose Street North Lane, and instructions relating to a nearby Police Box at 19 Heriot Row.

Ronnie Elder, Kandy, Sri Lanka for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his father and grandfather in Royal Scots dress, taken probably in Edinburgh around 1915-16.

David Elgin for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos taken in and around Abbeyhill. Edinburgh

Margaret Elliot, West Sussex, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of her grandfather and other workers standing in front of an Edinburgh Corporation steam roller.

Alison English, County Sligo, Ireland, for allowing me to reproduce photos of theatrical groups in Edinburgh, including her grandmother, Helen Henderson.

Enigma Media Solutions Ltd.  A photograph of the cover of the Experience Seminars Programme, 2013-14, has been reproduced with acknowledgement to Enigma Media Solutions Ltd. Wennington, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, England.  Experience Seminars provide training in the use of Canon Digital EOS cameras.

Christine Erskine, Essex, England  -  for permission to reproduce a photo of a painting by John Wilson Ewbank of the Tron Kirk before the fire of 1824.

Marilyn Evan, Norwich, Norfolk, England for allowing me to reproduce photographs of her great uncle, the Edinburgh photographer, Alec Roberts.

Colin Evans, Braintree, Essex, England, for allowing me to reproduce his photo of a large group of Royal Scots Fusiliers, including his father.  The photo was taken by A Hutchison & Son, probably in Edinburgh during World War II.

Steven Evans, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce a carte de visite, believed to be a self-portrait, of John Horsburgh.

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Mandy Fahey (née JENNINGS), Canada, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of staff at 'The Cooking Centre' at Craigmillar Primary School, taken in the early-1960s.

Adam Fairgrieve, Northampton, Northamptonshire, England for allowing me to reproduce his photo of a class at Dean Village School, taken in 1949.

David Fairlie for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his wife's class at Gilmerton Primary School, taken in 1960.

Maria Falconer, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a poster for her exhibition 'Dance Imagery', being staged at the Grassmarket, Edinburgh in August 2009.

Sally Falconer for allowing me to reproduce some of her old photos of children at play in Edinburgh.

Sandee Farmer, Loan Oak, Texas, USA for permission to reproduce photographs of a locket containing work by the Princes Street photographer John Moffat.

Stan Farrow, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce his photo titled ''Past their Best' accepted  for the EPS Open Exhibition 2016 and reproduced by EPS on the exhibition catalogue.  This photo has been added to the EdinPhoto web site with acknowledgement to Stan Farrow and to Edinburgh Photographic Society.

Livia Fascia, Naples, Italy, for allowing me to reproduce documents that belonged to her grandfather who was held as a Prisoner of War at Dalmahoy, Edinburgh.

Kathleen Fehrman, Stockbridge, New York, USA, for allowing me to reproduce one of her family photographs, two Newhaven fishwives.

Robert Fender, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph taken at Middleton Camp in 1949.

Alan Fentiman, Bournemouth, Dorset, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of himself and his uncle, taken in Atholl Crescent Gardens, Edinburgh, and also copies of certificates awarded swimming and for climbing the Scott Monument.

Andy Fenton, Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland for agreeing that I could add two of his photos of the fire at Bruce Peebles works, East Pilton Edinburgh in 1999 to the EdinPhoto web site.

Thank you also to Ian Scott, Hazlemere, Buckinghamshire, England for providing copies of these photos and seeking the permission from Andy above

Curt Ferguson  USA, who sent me a photograph of a cowgirl, taken at Moffat's studio, and is keen to learn more about this photograph

Dave Ferguson, Blairgowrie, Perth & Kinross, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce his poems of Granton and other parts of Edinburgh, and photos of Edinburgh taken in the 1950s.

Graham Ferguson, Saudi Arabia, who sent me a  photograph of a ferry, probably 'Mary Queen of Scots', at South Queensferry around 1962

Irene Ferguson for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a class at Abbeyhill Primary Street, taken in 1946.

 Frank Ferri, Newhaven, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of himself, taken in 1954.

David Fiddimore, Calton, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce two photos of a steel shutter that was used to create an air raid shelter in a house at Mayfield Road, Edinburgh, probably during World War I.

Lesley Fiedler, Tasmania, Australia, for allowing me to reproduce an early photograph of three children in her family who lived in Edinburgh.  Lesley is looking for further information about this photo.

George Field, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos, including photos if his grandfather's grocery delivery vans at Liberton.

Christina Fielder, Canada for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Frank Dodd, said to be the model used for the body of the soldier on the Royal Scots Greys statue in Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh.

 Eileen Findlay, Gold River, California, USA, for allowing me to reproduce her photograph of the war memorial in the side chapel of Old St Paul's Church, Edinburgh.

Malcolm J B Finlayson, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of teachers at Trinity Primary School in the 1950s.  One of the teachers in this photo is his father.

Donald Fisher, London, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his grandfather, Donald Alexander Fisher, who used to work for Brown Bros., Edinburgh.  The photo was probably taken in the 1970s or early-1980s.

Tom Flanagan, Burton on Trent, Staffordshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce an early flyer advertising 'The Place' club, Victoria Street, Edinburgh.

Keith Flockhart, Hamilton, New Zealand for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of himself in a pram, taken at Keddie Gardens, Leith, and other photos taken in and around Bonnington.

Dolores Fogelsinger, Essexville,  Michigan USA, who sent me a photograph by A W Elson and is keen to learn about its value.

Archie Foley, Joppa, Edinburgh, who has written books on Portobello, for photographs in and around Edinburgh including several photographs of Portobello, Edinburgh

Jack Foley, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a team in the Edinburgh Amateur Football League, taken in the 1950s.

David Ford for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos, including a photo of his canal boat Frances Ann about to be launched at Harrison Park on the Union Canal in 1988.

Ann M Forsyth (née Sutherland) for allowing me to reproduce photos of her school class, taken at Dean village Primary School in the 1940s

Robert Forsyth, Storrington, West Sussex, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Vulcan Cycling Club, probably taken around 1905.  This photo includes Thomas Forsyth, Robert's grandfather.

Tom Forsyth (and Archie Foley) for allowing me to reproduce a photo of rowing at Portobello provided by Tom.  This photo also appeared in a book by Archie Foley, with acknowledgement to Tom.  The photograph was taken in 1955.  The photographer is not known.

Ian Foster, Perth, Western Australia, for photographs of Sparta Boxing Club, Edinburgh.

Roberta Fountain for allowing me to reproduce her carte de visite of Roslyn Abbey by John Moffat.

Gerald Francis, London England,  for permission to include a photograph of a painting by the artist, Reginald Phillimore.

Peter Francis, Lingfield, Surrey, England for permission to reproduce a photograph of his great grandfather, the Edinburgh photographer, Thomas R Rodger

Elizabeth Fraser (née Betty Simpson), Sydney, New South Wales, Australia for allowing me to reproduce a photograph taken in the backgreen of Royston Mains Road, around 1940 and other photos.

John Fraser for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a group of his friends, taken at Murrayfield Ice Skating Rink, and also a small photo of himself in RAF uniform taken in the late 1950s.

Stuart Fraser, Essexville,  Michigan USA, who sent me a photograph by A W Elson and is keen to learn about its value.

Derek Freeman for allowing me to reproduce photos of pupils at St Mary's Primary School, York Lane, taken in the 1920s and 1940s..

Jeremy French, for sending me a photograph of a railway accident.  Jeremy asks if the photo was taken at Leith.

Volker Frenzel, Germany had two photos accepted in the EPS International Exhibition of Photography, 2008 One of these, titled 'The Wall' has been reproduced on the cover of the exhibition catalogue and also on the EdinPhoto web site.

David Frost, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, for allowing me to reproduce his photo of children and staff at a Children's Home in Gilmerton.  This photo was taken in the early-1900s.  David's mother is one of the children in the photo.

Bil Fulton, East Lothian, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce one of his stereo photographs taken at Bellhaven, near Dunbar, Scotland.

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Frank Gadberry, Wagoner, Oklahoma, USA, for allowing me to reproduce hand tinted photo etching portraits of a lady and gentleman by James Bacon & Sons.

Zuzana Gajdosechova, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce one of her photos.  This photo is featured in a poster for her exhibition, held in Edinburgh, March 1 to April 30, 2009.

CKD Galbraith LLP, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Braelangwell House, a house sold in Ross-shire in 2007 and used in earlier days by the family of the photographer, Horatio Ross.

Bill Gall, Colinton Mains, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos, including a photo of his class taken at Parsons Green Primary School in 1948-49.

Susan Gallen, Craigentinny, Edinburgh for permission to reproduce a photograph of the former photographic studio at 34 Bath Street, Portobello.

Joyce Gallois, Coventry, Warwickshire, England for allowing me to reproduce a portrait from the studio of Jerome, probably in London or the Midlands, taken in the 1920s

Joyce Garden (née Ward), Kelty, Fife, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce two of her photos taken at Norton Park School, taken between 1956 and 1959.

 Mike Gardiner, Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his class at Muirhouse Primary School, taken around 1967.

Stewart Gardiner, Linlithgow, West Lothian, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a crop from his photograph of Edinburgh City Police 'D' Division policemen, taken in 1922 outside Torphichen Street Police station.

Tom Gardner,  a member of Edinburgh Photographic Society.  One of Tom's photographs appeared on the poster advertising the exhibition of work by members of Edinburgh Photographic Society, displayed in the Fine Art Room at Edinburgh Central LIbrary in November 2005, and also on a poster for his own exhibition to be held at Newington, Edinburgh from 30 January to 25 February 2006.

Valerie Gardner Enfield, Middlesex, England g-g-g-g-grand-daughter of Alexander McGlashan for permission to reproduce a photograph of John S McGlashan, the son of Alexander.

Ron Garges New Britain, Pennsylvania, USA for allowing the reproduction of a painting of Restalrig, by an artist with initials TR.  Ron is keen to discover more about the artist who painted this view.

Garry, Australia (formerly Edinburgh) for allowing me to reproduce some photos of Edinburgh taken in the 1950s and 1960s.

Douglas William Garry for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his school class at Dalry Primary School, taken around 1956.

Liz Gatley, England, for allowing me to reproduce an early photographs of her grandfather's class at Stockbridge School, a group of painters, including her great grandfather at Inverleith and other family photos.

Cindy Gebo, Carthage, New York, USA for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a river and church by A W Elson.  Cindy is trying to discover where this photo was taken.

Michael Gee Richmond, British Columbia, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce a postcard portrait from one of the Jerome studios, taken in 1922.

Helen Geekie (née Miller), Penicuik, Midlothian, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a photo of James Clark School, taken in 1955.

Jim Gentle, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a 1928 photograph of a class at St Mary Star of the Sea School, Leith, Edinburgh.

James Gentles, Edinburgh for permission to reproduce one of his award-winning kite aerial photographs of an Lin's Mill Aqueduct on the Union Canal near Edinburgh.

Caroline Gerard for allowing me to reproduce a poster for the Inaugural Meeting of 'Friends of Warriston Cemetery'.  The meeting was held on July 4, 2013.

George Gessey for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Coronation Celebrations at Upper or Lower Viewcraig Row, Dumbiedykes in 1953.  The photo was taken probably by his late father.

Ann Gibbs-Jordan, Australia for allowing me to reproduce a cabinet print by A Dunbar (Edinburgh and Glasgow) and a photograph by E R Yerbury.

Jim Gibson for allowing me to reproduce his photo of a class at Broughton High School, taken in 1947-48, and a copy of the signatures on the back of this photo.

Robin Gillanders for permission to reproduce a photograph of George Hamilton Finlay.

Moira Gillies, Livingston, West Lothian for permission to include photographs looking down on Edinburgh from the Royal Mile.

Jack Gillon, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce one of his photos.  Jack has a Flickr page that includes many photos of Edinburgh streets and buildings that he took in the 1960s

Clive Gilroy, Yorkshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce some photos from his mother's collection, taken at the time when he lived at Heriot Mount, Edinburgh, up to 1964.

Sandra Givan, Craigmillar, Edinburgh, for allowing me to include some of her family photographs, taken at Greendykes and Craigmillar.

Phil Glancy for allowing me to reproduce his photograph showing a Police Box on the corner of Bonnington Road and Burlington Street, Leith.

Glasgow University Archive Services for permission to reproduce a photograph of Gullane Station, taken in 1914 by WF Jackson.

Adam Glass, Penicuik, Midlothian, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce photos of weightlifters, taken at Dunedin Amateur Weightlifting Club, The Meadows, Edinburgh.

Jim Glass, Shandon, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his great uncle, Ned Kane, and family.  Ned had a hairdresser's shop at 78 Morrison Street, Edinburgh.

John Glennard, Runcorn, Cheshire, England for allowing me to reproduce photos of the cover and frontispiece from his 'Book and Slate' titled Zoo Animals, published by Valentine & Sons.

Brian J Goggin, Limerick, Ireland for sending me photographs  of a boat possibly built in Leith.

Eric Gold, for providing photos of the Dumbiedykes area of Edinburgh taken around 1961-63, taken by Willie Croall, and an 1868 engraving, looking down on Edinburgh from the north.

Ron Goldie, Peine, Germany for allowing me to reproduce a photograph, taken by his father, of a football team from St Mary's school, York Lane, Edinburgh.

Goll Hair, formerly Otto Goll, Hairdresser and Perfumer, Stockbridge, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce an old advert for the company's shampoo powders.

Francis Goodwin for allowing me to reproduce some of her family photos taken in the gardens of the houses where he lived in the 1960s, first at 8 West Pilton Terrace then at 157 Moredun Park Road.

Google, for permission to reproduce images from Google Earth.

Gordon, Lesmahagow, Lanarkshire, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce his photographs of a new Man truck that his company, OPG Limited, recently decorated with photos including my photograph of highland cattle in the snow.

David Gordon who now owns the shop, 'Now & Then' at 7-9 West Crosscauseway selling old toys, telephones, etc. for allowing me to reproduce some of his old photographs including photos of the St Leonard's area taken in the early 1900s.

John Gordon, Easdale, Oban. Argyll & Bute, Scotland,  for allowing me to reproduce photos of South Queensferry taken from his Great Aunt Emily's photograph and postcard album and other photos.

Ken Gordon, Daviot, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce photos of his family's Balmoral Hotel at  Portobello, Edinburgh.

Swarnendu Gosh for providing an entry to the 2009 International Exhibition of Photography, hosted by Edinburgh Photographic Society.  This is one of about 200 photos accepted for the 2009 Exhibition.

Bryan Gourlay, Biggar, Lanarkshire, Scotland for providing a number of photographs, including some studio portrait postcards of members of his family.

Tommy Gourlay, Ayr, Ayrshire, Scotland for allowing m to reproduce photos of one of the schools that he attended -  Lochend Primary School.

Mark Gow, Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce a copy of his photo of a model railway layout, based on the railway at Scotland Street, Edinburgh.  Mark tells me that he  is currently the custodian of this layout.

Claire Graham, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce two photos that include her grandfather, Bill Brunton, born in Edinburgh in 1904.

One photo includes him as one of a large group of  Ramage and Ferguson workers in 1927.  The other photo shows him playing the piano for an Edinburgh band.

Thank you also to Claire for providing a photo of a class from Broughton Higher School, taken in 2011-12.

Donnie Graham, Basel, Switzerland, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his father  standing beside the pillar at Jerome's studio in Edinburgh.  The photo was taken around 1935.

Donald Grant, Penicuik, Midlothian, Scotland for permission to reproduce a photograph of Edinburgh's only preserved tram, No 35, now stored at Crich Tramway Museum, Derbyshire, England.

Keith Grant, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce his old photograph of The Patrick Thomson store, Edinburgh.

Granton History Group:  Thank you to David King, Trinity, Edinburgh, Secretary and Webmaster of Granton History Group,  for allowing me to reproduce some of the images from the Granton History Group web site.

John Gray, Stenhouse, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce his photos, including one of St John Street, Edinburgh.

Otho Greaves, Canberra, ACT, Australia, for permission to reproduce a postcard of Juniper Green.

Giles Greetham for allowing me to reproduce old photos of his family's house, Clermiston House, Edinburgh.

Jennifer Greenhill-Taylor, Florida, USA for permission to reproduce one of her photographs of Edinburgh Dance Bands in the 1920s

James Greig, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce his photograph of railway tracks crossing the road at Anderson Place, Leith.

Jean Greig, Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a Milton House School class, taken in 1957, and a photograph of her father taken at St Cuthbert's Stables, Edinburgh.

Bobby Grierson for sending me a photograph of a viaduct in Cumnock, taken in 2009, to help to identify the location of an old cabinet print.

Alan Grieve, Minehead, Somerset, England, for allowing me to reproduce a 'Walking Photo' of his grandmother, Mary Finlay, and his uncle, Harry Finlay' at North Bridge, Edinburgh.

Liz Grieve, Bristol, Avon, England for allowing me to reproduce several portrait photos and landscape photos taken in Edinburgh in the early 20th century.

Alastair Griffiths, Middlewich, Cheshire, for allowing me to reproduce a lantern slide of Edinburgh Old Town and Waverley Bridge by G W Wilson.

Stephen Griffiths, Carlisle, Cumbria, England, for allowing me to reproduce an image of his postcard 'Just arrived in DUNFERMLINE'.

Peter Grootes, Best, Netherlands, for allowing me to reproduce photos from his Photographic View Album of Edinburgh & District, published by Patrick Thomson, Cash Drapery Stores, North Bridge, Edinbrugh , around 1900.

Pamela Groves, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of her grandparents who used to live in the Dumbiedykes district of Edinburgh.

Stuart Guild, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos of traffic in Central Edinburgh, including two photos taken while the tram tracks were being lifted from the streets in 1955.

Rob Gurney-Smith, Cheshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a Moir & Baxter badge on his 1966 Austin Cooper.

Margaret Guthrie, Queensland, Australia, for allowing me to reproduce a copy of her school class photo, taken at Royston School around 1947-48.

Stewart Guthrie, Edinburgh, for permission to reproduce a photo from Robert Turnbull's studio.

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Elaine Haas, Maryland, USA, for allowing me to reproduce images of the cover and front page of her book, The Collie Dov, published by Valentine & Sons.

John Hadden,   Edinburgh, for permission to include some postcards of the Scottish National Exhibition held in Edinburgh in 1908, and other photos, possibly taken by his great-grandfather, the Dalkeith photographer, Thomas Wallace and for sharing with me some of the details of his collection of family history photographs.

George Haggarty, National Museums of Scotland, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce old photos, including a photograph of a fire engine and one of trawlers at Granton Harbour

Charles Harris, for allowing me to reproduce photos of pages of his leaflet, 'The "Albatross" Yacht Mission'

Diane Hall, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA for allowing me to reproduce her studio photograph including a model of a Model T Ford, taken around 1910 at a studio in Los Angeles, USA.

Derek Hambly, Liskeard, Cornwall, England, for allowing me to reproduce some photographs of his grandfather working with a steamroller in the early 1900s.

Hamilton Town House Reference Library and Hamilton Natural History Society, Hamilton, Lanarkshire, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of the Wishaw bird and wild life photographer, Charles Reid.

Laura Hammersley for allowing me to reproduce two of her family photos, one of the Edinburgh Harmonica Band, c.1940;  the other possibly of a group of weavers and loom workers, c.1915-25.

Neil Hardie, Nanning, China, for allowing me to reproduce a cabinet print of his family, from the studio of Wood & Co, Edinburgh

Valarie Harding for allowing me to to reproduce some of her family photos - cartes de visite taken at the studio of William Lees, Edinburgh

Margaret F Harker, West Sussex

Campbell Harper Ltd, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of their photo of Edinburgh, particularly some industrial scenes.

Caroline Harper, Midlothian, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce some of her photos of Edinburgh and of her family.

GeryLyn Harrington for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of her book published by Valentine & Sons Ltd., 'Edinburgh of Today'.

Charles Harris, Leith, Edinburgh, and to his sister's husband, James Brown, for allowing me to reproduce photos of pages of his leaflet, 'The "Albatross" Yacht Mission'.

Mark Harris, London, England, for allowing me to reproduce some of the black and white photos that he took in Edinburgh in the late-1970s.

Hasbro for allowing me to reproduce a photograph that I have I have taken of a Monopoly Board.

Ian Hastie, Coventry, Warwickshire, England for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos, including a photo of his school and photos of St Margaret's Railway Depot where his mother worked in the 1940s.

Ian Hawkins, Leicester, Leicestershire, England for permission to reproduce a photograph by T R Rodger of a Handley-Page 0/400 bomber and crew.

Frank Hay, Queensferry, Edinburgh  -  for permission to reproduce a Valentine postcard of the Forth Bridge and detail from a watercolour by Ebsworth 'Edinburgh from the Scott Monument, Looking East.

Gordon Hay  -  (WG Hay), for permission to reproduce two of his old paintings of the Trinity area of Edinburgh.

Margaret Hay  -  for permission to include photos by her great-grandfather, James Hay

Sheila Haycock, England, for her photo titled ''Snatched' accepted  for the EPS Open Exhibition 2015 and reproduced by EPS on an exhibition poster.

This photo has also been added to the EdinPhoto web site with acknowledgement to Jenny Hibbert and to Edinburgh Photographic Society.

Jaime Hayes for allowing me to reproduce his photograph of a gravestone to Elmslie William Dallas and others.  The photo was taken in Greyfriars' Graveyard, Edinburgh.

Lawrie Hayworth  -  for permission to include a cabinet print by the Innerleithen photographer Thomas H M Colledge

Ross Heard, Evandale, Tasmania, Australia for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Bruntsfield Primary School Soccer Team, taken in 1956 when he was attending the school on an extended visit from Australia.

Val Henderson (née Thomson), Inverleith, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photo of her class at Milton House School and a photo of a Coronation Party at Upper Viewcraig Row.

Graeme R A Hendry for allowing me to reproduce a photo which he believes would have been taken at St Patrick's school, Edinburgh, probably some time between 1897 and 1912.

Dave Henniker, Edinburgh,  for allowing me to reproduce some of his evocative photographs of Edinburgh.  To see more of Dave's photos of Edinburgh and some of elsewhere in Scotland, please see this Dave Henniker Photography web site.

Miss Henry, a class teacher at Duddingston Primary School, around 1959, who probably took a photo of her class which I have reproduced on the EdinPhoto web site.  I've not been able to contact Miss Henry or any of her family to discuss copyright.  If you can suggest how I might be able to contact them, please email me.    Thank you.

Betty Hepburn (née Boland), Waikanae, Kapiti coast, New Zealand,  for allowing me to reproduce some of her photos of Lady Haig's Poppy Factory in Canongate, Edinburgh.

The Herald, Glasgow, for allowing me to reproduce photographs that were originally copyright George Outram & CO, 65, Buchanan Street, Glasgow, Scotland.

Bob Henderson, Burdiehouse, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of his photographs, including early photos of Portobello Bathing Pool and recent photos of St Ann's School, Cowgate.

Craig Herbertson, Witten, Germany, singer, songwriter, author, actor, for permission to reproduce photos of Goldbergs department store at Tollcross and the Edinburgh music and dance scene in the 1930.

David Hey, West Yorkshire, for allowing me to reproduce a few images from his collection of railway photographs.

Jenny Hibbert, Wales, for her photo titled ''Pine Marten up a tree' accepted  for the EPS Open Exhibition 2015 and reproduced by EPS on an exhibition poster.

This photo has also been added to the EdinPhoto web site with acknowledgement to Jenny Hibbert and to Edinburgh Photographic Society.

Sue Hill, Edinburgh, for photographs of Edinburgh Photographic Society members, particularly of Sue Hill and Doug Hamilton.

Paul Hillier for allowing me to reproduce an image of a milk bottle top from Acme Farmer's Dairy, Toronto, Canada.  Paul's dad worked as a driver on the milk wagon for the dairy.

Don Hillman, Calgary, Alberta, Canada for allowing me to reproduce two of his old postcards of Davidson's Mains, Edinburgh

Callum Hind for allowing me to reproduce some photos that he found, taken at Northern General Hospital.  If you recognise any of the people in these photos, or know who might have taken the photos, please email me.  Thank you.

Flora Hirst, Craigleith, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of her old photos of Edinburgh.

Jens Hislop, Haworth, Bradford, West Yorkshire, England. for allowing me to reproduce some of the work by his uncle, the artist, Andrew Healey Hislop (1887-1954).

Peter Hoffmann, Highlands, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce the cover of a book that he has written about growin up in Oxgangs, Edinburgh.  The title of the book is:  "The Stair:  An Edinburgh Childhood, 1958-72:  Summer has Gone"

Peter Hodds,, Gorleston-on-Sea, Essex, England for permission to reproduce an early  stereoview by Archibald Burns.

Reginald Hodgkinson, Anderton, Cheshire, England, for permission to reproduce a watercolour by Kenneth MacLeay.

Graham Hogg, National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, for finding a book plate from Gayfield Square Ladie's School, and for allowing me to reproduce it on the EdinPhoto web site.

John Hollingsworth - for allowing me to reproduce an old tintype photograph.  John is keen to discover the approximate date of this photo.  If you feel that you can help to date it, please email me.  Thank you.

Richard Holzman, Michigan, USA for providing the image of a cover of American Photography showing a portrait of the journal's recently deceased editor, the Edinburgh photographer, John Nicol.

Chris Honeywell, Oxford, England, for allowing me to reproduce images of a Photographic Society of Scotland Medal awarded to John MacNair in 1860.

Barry Hoper, Insch, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a few photos from his Transport Treasury collection.  Transport Treasury holds a large collection of railway negatives from many photographers, and holds the copyright on these images.

Mac Horsburgh, Canada, g.g.grandson of  the Edinburgh professional photographer, John Horsburgh b.1835. for permission to reproduce one of his paintings, possibly of John Horsburgh

David How whose wife is a great-granddaughter of W C Laubach. David provided images of  Wilhelm Christian Laubach and his daughter.

David Robert Howard, Castle Douglas, Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce his postcard of Gilmerton village, south Edinburgh.

Richard Howe for providing a picture of an artist's tool produced by John Sellers.  Richard is seeking more information about the use of this tool.

Michael Howell for providing an entry to the 2010 International Exhibition of Photography, hosted by Edinburgh Photographic Society.  This is one of about 200 photos accepted for the 2010 Exhibition and was one of three photos chosen to be included on posters to promote the exhibition.

Winnie Huff (née Mackie), California, USA, for allowing me to reproduce photos of groups of Trinity Academy pupils.  Winnie attended Trinity Academy from 1948 until 1953.

Michael Hughes:  A photo by Michael Hughes AFIAP, DPAGB, England, titled 'One Fine Day' has been accepted for the EPS Open Exhibition 2013 and reproduced on the exhibition poster.  This is reproduced on the EdinPhoto web site with acknowledgement to Michael Hughes and to Edinburgh Photographic Society.

Robert Hughes, South Wales for allowing me to reproduce the cover of one of his little books published by Valentine & Sons.

Robyn Lloyd Hughes for allowing me to reproduce a carte de visite of his great grandfather, George Wilson and a photo of a metal stencil cut for use in the business of his great grandfather, the Edinburgh Photo Artist, James Hodges.

Kate Hull, Devon, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Sciennes Primary School, taken around 1960.

Walter Lyle Hume, Cowes, Isle of Wight, formerly Newhaven, Edinburgh, for providing two photographs of the cruise ship Ocean Mist , berthed at Leith and other photographs of Newhaven and Leith and a photograph at Junction Bridge, Leith.

Evelyn Hunt (née Alford), Georgetown, Ontario, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce a postcard portrait of her family, taken around 1919 at the studio of Colin Campbell, 31, Princes Street, Edinburgh

.Alistair Hunter, Edinburgh.  Thank you to John Knight, Edinburgh, for sending me a photo, taken in the 1970s, of Fettes Row, Edinburgh, by his friend, the late Alistair Hunter.  Alistair used to live in Fettes Row.

Bob Hunter, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of six children on the 'Low Road' at Upper Viewcraig, Dumbiedykes, Edinburgh, taken in 1954.

Derek Hunter for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a Scottish & Newcastle Breweries coach outing (or perhjaps it was a William Younger coach outing).

Neil Hunter, Morecambe, Lancashire, England, for allowing me to reproduce his painting of Edinburgh Castle and to Neil's uncle, Alan Raeburn, Perth, Western Australia, for sending a copy of this painting to me.

Pamela Hunter, near Pathhead, Midlothian, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce some of her family photos, including photos of the horse-drawn funeral procession for her father, John Burns, en route from Edinburgh Castle to Canongate Kirk in 2008.

Richard Hunter, Edinburgh City Archivist

David Hutchison, an artist who worked in the former bus depot at New Street, has created three posters to be used by  the Canongate Community Forum in their opposition to the proposed Caltongate development.

Marjorie Chennells Hutchinson, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce a water colour painting of Canongate, Edinburgh that she won in a tennis competition in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada in 1937

Jeremy Hutson for allowing me to reproduce a cabinet print from the studio of Claude Low featuring a family in a 'studio boat' with a backdrop of the Forth Bridge.

Graham Hutton, New Town, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos of his family's shoe repair shop at 11 Elgin Terrace, Abbeyhill, Edinburgh.

Patrick Hutton, New Town, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of his recent photographs of Edinburgh

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Dani Iannarelli for allowing me to reproduce a photo of his grandparent' Café at Old Tolbooth Wynd, and a photo of his grandfather selling ice cream from a pony and cart on Leith LInks in the 1920s.

Oscar Ibanet for allowing me to add photos of some of his drawings in chalk on the Edinburgh pavements (including the pavement in front of Register House at the East End of Princes Street) to the EdinPhoto web site.

Doug Imrie, Phoenix, Arizona, USA, for allowing me to reproduce two photos of his great grandfather working with horse and cart in Edinburgh for Acme Farms Dairy.

Agnes Inglis, Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of her and other W & AK Johnson workers, taken in 1950

David Ireland, Edinburgh, formerly Head Brewer at Lorimer & Clark's Caledonian Brewery, and his daughter, Janet Ireland, for allowing me to reproduce some of David's brewery photos taken in Edinburgh.

Janet Ireland for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of her father, Head Brewer, at Lorimer & Clark's Caledonian Brewery at Slateford, Edinburgh.

Jim Irvine for allowing me to reproduce photos from his collection, including a photograph of a Rugby 1st XV from Moray House School, taken around 1936-37.

Indiana University for allowing me to reproduce images from their Cushman collection.  All were taken in Edinburgh in June 1961.

Tony Ivanov, Bo'ness, West Lothian, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of him at St Patrick's RC Church, Cowgate, Edinburgh in the 1950s.

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Heather Jack, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of her old postcards of Edinburgh.

Alan Jackson, Edinburgh, owner of a shop in Causewayside, for allowing me to reproduce one of his old photos of a nearby shop in Causewayside.

Alex Jackson, Mortonhall, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of his Valentine postcards of Middleton Residential School Camp, Gorebridge in the 1950s, some of his family photos of Holyrood Park taken in 1950 and other photos.

Daniel Jackson, Leith, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos, including two photos of Saughton Mains Gardens.

Alex James, South of England, grandson of the Edinburgh photographer T P Lugton, for allowing me to reproduces his photographs, including some taken by his grandfather

Donna James,  Centre County, Pennsylvania, USA, for allowing me to reproduce photos of pages from her book, 'This England', published by Valentine & Sons Ltd.

David Jimmieson for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of balloons at Marine Gardens, Portobello, taken in 1913.

Janice, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England for allowing me to reproduce images of the cover and frontispiece from one of her books of verse published by Valentine & Sons Ltd.

Mr & Mrs Jardine, Edinburgh - for a photograph of Princes Street by John Horsburgh.

David Jardine, whose photograph appeared on the poster advertising Edinburgh Photographic Society 's 142nd Annual Exhibition of Photography, in 2004.

Mark Jarron, who has allowed me to reproduce a photograph of a road roller at Morningside, Edinburgh, taken in 1959 and a photograph of Deltic at Leith Central station, also taken in 1959.

Tony Jedrej, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England for allowing me to reproduce one of his photograph of an Edinburgh band, 'The Moonrakers', taken in the 1960s.

Mike Jeffries, London, for allowing me to reproduce some of his paintings of trams, buses and other commercial vehicles.

More of Mike's paintings of transport can be found on this page of the RedBubble web site.

Andrew Jenkins, Swayfield, Lancashire, England, who has allowed me to reproduce a cabinet print by William Halkett of a location that I have not yet identified.

Peter Jenkins, who has allowed me to reproduce a photograph of his uncle, Driver John Turner, taken by the Edinburgh photographer, G R Mackay.

Judy Jeon-Chapman, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA for allowing me to reproduce one of her cartes de visite, showing an officer with medals, possibly one of her ancestors.

Butch and Eloise Johnson, San Diego, California, USA for permission to reproduce a picture of a run away horse and cart by William Crooke, 1890

Mark Johnson for supplying an image of a painting and inscription by one of the Horsburgh family.

Don Johnston for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his grandfather and his grandmother's brother.  Both were in the Royal Scots Dandy Ninth.  The photo was taken probably in 1918, shortly before the two men died.

George Johnston, a member of Edinburgh Photographic Society, for allowing me to reproduce one of his photographs that was selected for the EPS International Exhibition 2007 and was featured on a poster for that exhibition.

Margaret Johnston (née Slattery), Australia, for allowing me to reproduce some of her photos, including photos:

-   taken at St Ignatius' and St Thomas' schools, Edinburgh.

-   of her family in highland dress making an advert for Shredded Wheat.

 -  of a group sitting on the steps of No 5, Kier Street. and other photos.

Neil Johnston, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a group of children outside 6 South Elgin Street, Edinburgh

Selwyn Johnston for allowing me to reproduce a photo that he took of the 1963 Ferranti Apprentices' Reunion Dinner at Carlton Hotel Edinburgh in August 2013.

.Lorraine Johnstone for allowing me to reproduce a photograph belonging to her dad, Alan Gordon.  The photo was taken in 1950-51 and is of Alan's class at Craigmillar Primary School.

Win Johnstone (maiden name), Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, for allowing me to reproduce photos including one of a school concert taken at St Mary's School, York Lane, Edinburgh around 1952-53.

Douglas Jones.  One of Douglas' photos appears on a poster advertising the exhibition 'Found', held in Leith in June 2006.  The exhibition features a set of photographs by Douglas, all of footballs found in the Water of Leith, 2004 to 2006.

Gareth Wyn Jonesprintmaker, screen printer, photographer who held a photographic exhibition at Christ Church, Bruntsfield in November 2001.

Robert Jones, London, England, for allowing me to reproduce an image of an oil painting by Horsburgh, 1891.

Tom Jonesfor allowing me to reproduce one of his family photos, taken outside his Gran's house, probably in Pilrig Street, Edinburgh.

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Marek Kalinski for allowing me to reproduce one of his paintings.  The subject of the painting may well be Cox's Glue Works at Dalry, Edinburgh.

Steven Kay, Edinburgh, for allowing me to include his photo of a Police Box at Montgomery Street, Edinburgh, on the EdinPhoto website.  In fact, I only recently discovered that this photo had been taken by Steven, and am still awaiting his agreement that he is happy for me to include this photo on the EdinPhoto website.  If he would prefer me not to include it, I'll remove it and replace it by one of my own photos of this Police Box.

Gordon Keddie, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA for sending me two of his school class photos: one from Bruntsfield Primary School taken in 1951 and the other from George Heriot's taken in 1957-58, and a photograph of himself and other teachers at Trinity Academy, taken in 1968.

Mike Kelly for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos of 17th/21st Lancers.  Mike served with them for fifteen years.

Keith (full name to be added later, I hope) for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of bottles from James Dunbar Ltd lemonade works at 68 Albion Road, Edinburgh.

Colin Kelly, Wellington, New Zealand, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a milk horse in Melville Drive, beside The Meadows, Edinburgh.  The photo was taken in 1976.

Richard Keltie, from Glasgow, Scotland, but with many family connections with Edinburgh,  for allowing me to reproduce an old photograph of Cook's Balmoral Hotel at Portobello, a hotel that was opened by his great- grandmother.

Neil Kennedy, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce his photo of the Police Box on the corner of Howard Street and Brandon Terrace at Canonmills, wearing a 'Dr Who' scarf.  The photo was taken in November 2013 around the time that the 50th Anniversary edition of 'Dr Who' was being broadcast around the world.

Garrie and Kay Kennedy, Markfield, Leicestershire, England, for allowing me to reproduce an early photograph of Great Junction Street, Leith.

Kenneth G W (I don't know Kenneth's full name) for allowing me to reproduce an image of an invitation to the Official Opening of the Forth Bridge on March 4, 2010.

Douglas K Kerr, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Granton through the haar that he took from Newhaven in July 2013.

James Kerr, Fife, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a Hudson Terraplane being restored in his garage. This model of car has cropped up several times in reminiscences of Edinburgh on the EdinPhoto web site.

Eric Kidd, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his father on Police Points Duty in Princes Street, Edinburgh.

Penny Kidd, New Zealand, for allowing me to reproduce photographs of 35 Inverleith Terrace, Edinburgh and a letter about the history of the house.

Lee Kindness, Joppa, Edinburgh,  for allowing me to include a photograph of Joppa  -  one of his photos from his 'One Photo per Day' project

David King, Trinity, Edinburgh, Secretary and Webmaster of Granton History Group,  for allowing me to reproduce some of his Granton photos.

Desmond King, Rosewell, Midlothian, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce some of his family photos of the Polar Ices business -  one photo of the cafe and one of the ice cream van.

Myra King (née Wood), Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a school class at Sciennes Primary School, taken around 1953.

Ross King  - engravings from John Britton & Edward Brayley's "Beauties of England and Wales".  The engravings are, in fact, of Scottish scenes.

Kim, Perth, Western Australia  -  for allowing me to reproduce photographs of bagpipes made by John Center,, formerly an Edinburgh bagpipe maker and photographer.

Katrina Kirkpatrick, Glasgow, Scotland  -  for permission to reproduce a cabinet print photograph from around 1898 of a school class at Reay in the North of Scotland

Terry Kirkup for allowing me to reproduce a photo of cycle racing at Pilrig Park, Edinburgh, taken in 1965.

Alina Kisina, Ukraine  -  exhibition poster for an exhibition 'Patterns of Berlin' to be held in Edinburgh , March 2005, and for an exhibition to be held at the Scotland- Russia Institute, December 2008 to January 2009

Jane Knapp, Marion, Iowa, USA, for allowing me to reproduce images of the covers of her book 'The Lucky White Rabbit' published probably in the early-1900s by Valentine & Sons Ltd.

John Knight, New Town, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos of  Fettes Row, Edinburgh taken in the 1970s.

Steve Knight, Halstead, Essex, England, for allowing me to reproduce images from the Colne Valley Postal History Museum web site.

Matylda Konecka, Newhay, Rochdale, Greater Manchester, England for allowing me to reproduce her paintings of Edinburgh on the EdinPhoto web site.

Walter J Kramarski, Mount Prospect, Illinois, USA  -  for allowing me to reproduce a Jerome postcard of Pitcairn Island.

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William Laing,  Perth

Robert Laird,  for providing photographs of Longstone, Edinburgh, taken around 1960, by his uncle, also named Robert Laird, of Longstone, Edinburgh.

Pam Lamb for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a Street Party in Newton Street, Gorgie, taken in 1953 to celebrate the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth.

Rachel Lamborn, New Zealand, for allowing me to reproduce an outdoor cabinet print, photographed by James Wood, Airdrie, Lanarkshire, Scotland.

Tom Laronga,  Bellingham, Massachusetts, USA - for providing several examples of photo-mechanical engraving plates from the early 20th century.

Jeanie Laub, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of her photos of old toys.

Neil Lawrence, Fountainbridge, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce one of his TP Lugton postcards and old maps of Edinburgh. Neil is attempting to discover where the photograph on this postcard was taken.

Oliver Leach's family, Bristol, for allowing me to reproduce some of Oliver's colour slides of Edinburgh.  Oliver, a photographer and artist, moved from Bristol to Edinburgh in the 1960s, and was elected President of Edinburgh Photographic Society for 3 years from April 1978.  He died in September 2008, aged 84.

Roger Learmonth, for allowing me to reproduce photographs of his 1938 SS100 Jaguar car.

Chris Leavy, Penicuik, Midlothian, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce a postcard portrait of his relatives, in a studio prop of an aeroplane with a 'sky' backdrop!

E J Ledet, who served at the RAF base at Kirknewton, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph that he took of a grave site close to the air base at Kirknewton in 1954.

Thomas Lee, Edinburgh,  for allowing me to reproduce photos of cycling in Edinburgh.

John Leith, New Zealand, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a group, including himself, taken at Training Ship, TS Dolphin, at Leith Docks in 1967.

Dr Lindsay Lennie for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a painting by Tom Curr, and also tiles in a former Buttercup Dairy Co shop, probably based on that painting.

Margaret Leslie, London for allowing me to reproduce photographs of school classes at Longstone and Boroughmuir.

Jimmy Letham, Elizabeth Vale, South Australia,  for allowing me to reproduce photos of Edinburgh groups, including school classes and a football team.

Rab Lettice, Leith, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos taken in or around Crewe Toll, Edinburgh.

David Sholto Lewis, Concord, New South Wales, Australia, for permission to reproduce a view of Edinburgh from the South, c.1649

George Lewis, formerly of Niddrie Mains Drive, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of his photographs of an outing of the Royal Blind Asylum Brass Band from Edinburgh to Kinghorn, around 1950,

Josephine Lewis for allowing me to reproduce a portrait by Jerome, Liverpool of a man (possibly her great grandfather) in uniform.  What is the uniform?

Linda, London for providing illustrations from a small booklet in Valentine's 'Do You Know?' series.

Alistair Liddle, Bonchester Bridge, Scottish Borders for allowing me to reproduce some of his photographs of Edinburgh transport.

David Likar, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, for allowing me to reproduce photographs of an Edinburgh Photographic Society Medal that was awarded to J B Johnstone in 1896, and other early photographic medals awarded in Edinburgh.

Il-Tae Lim, South Korea, for allowing me to reproduce his photo that appeared on the cover of the EPS Open Exhibition catalogue, 2013.

Donald Lindgren,  Gifford, East Lothian, Scotland  - postcard views by the Victorian artist, Reginald Phillimore.

Ken Lindsay, Scotland, for his photo titled ''Yes Please' accepted  for the EPS Open Exhibition 2015 and reproduced by EPS on an exhibition poster.

This photo has also been added to the EdinPhoto web site with acknowledgement to Gordon Rae and to Edinburgh Photographic Society.

Michael Lindsay, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of 27 children, including two of his relatives, taken probably in Horne Terrace, Viewforth, Edinburgh around 1926-27.

Patrick Lindsay, Perth, Western Australia, Australia, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a team from Brown Brothers, Edinburgh, at the Earl's Court 'Marinex' Show, London, in 1973.

David Lines, Newington, Edinburgh,  for permission to reproduce a Cabinet Print of a School Class by D & W Prophet and photographs of an outing for children and adults by James Pike and a J B Watson developing and printing wallet of 1924

Winnie Lisowski for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Parsons Green School, after the fire, taken by her father, and other photos from her collection.

Jim Little, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce his photo of the Bruce Peebles Winding Shop Gang, taken in 1963-64.

Jeanette Livermore (née Conquer), Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photos of her class at Wardie Primary School, taken around 1950-51 and also of a group at Dean Nursing Collage taken in 1962.

Elizabeth Livingston, North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of children from around Whitson Terrace, taken about 1948.

Ragnar Lochen, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce a photo of the view from 15 Station Road ( the stair at Craigmillar where Ragnar used to live) looking towards Arthur's Seat in Holyrood Park, Edinburgh.

Jeff Lock, Greenwich, London, England, for allowing me to reproduce images from a painting of Captain Bromfield DSO by J Horsburgh, Senior.

Fiona Logan, for allowing me to reproduce some of her family photographs, taken around East Thomas Street and Murano Place, Edinburgh in the 1950s and 1960s.

Longstone Primary School  -  I have included my photograph of a mural beside the Union Canal,  on display during the Edinburgh Canal Festival, 2013, with acknowledgement to the creators, Longstone Primary School.

Graham Lonie, Antigua, Leeward Islands, Caribbean, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of him as a child, dressed as a Newhaven fisherman for the Newhaven Pageant in 1953.

Al Lorentzen, Inverness, Illinois, USA (formerly Kirknewton, near Edinburgh) for allowing me to reproduce several of his photos taken in Edinburgh in the 1960s and 1970s.

Lothian & Borders Fire Brigade - for permission to reproduce  an old photograph hanging on the wall at Lauriston Place Fire Station and many other photos from their collection.

Lothian Buses, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of the photos from their collection.

Colin Lourie for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos taken at Edinburgh Airport in the 1960s.

Jess Lovatt, Chesterfield, Derbyshire for allowing me to reproduce photos that she took of one of her books printed by Valentine & Sons:  'Photographic View Album of Ashburne & Dovedale'

Aidan Love, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Northumberland, England  -  an 1860s carte de visite from the Edinburgh studio of P Nimmo.

Al Love, Leith, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his Aunt Nan, standing on the bridge at Stockbridge.

Tom Lovelace,  Texas, USA, for providing images of his oil painting by the Edinburgh painter and photographer, John Horsburgh.

Michelle Lowe, Liverpool, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Miss Shank's Persevere Entertainers, 1932.

Hilary Luder for allowing me to reproduce a cabinet print of a group of Edinburgh Medical Students, taken in 1880, at the studio of James Howie Jun.  This photo includes Hilary's great great uncle, John Robert Holmes.

Alan Lutman, near Swindon, Wiltshire, for allowing me to reproduce images of his Jerome jigsaw and box.

John Lynch, a Member of Edinburgh Photographic Society since the early 1970s, for allowing me to reproduce his photo of John H Lunn's premises at 6 Hope Crescent, the premises where his father worked as a mechanic for many years, The photo was taken around 1970.

Bill Lynn for allowing me to reproduce some railway photographs from his collection

Stuart Lyon, Blackford, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of one of the houses known as 'Swedish Houses' at West Pilton Place, Edinburgh and an extract from a 1940s Ordnance Survey map of Fountainbridge, Edinburgh, which he has annotated to show where the XL Bar used to be situated.

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Nancy M, Ohio, USA, for allowing me to reproduce this photograph of Matheson McLaren & Co's premises at 53 York Place, Edinburgh.

Mrs MA for allowing me to reproduce the signature from a one of her two paintings by Edinburgh artist John Horsburgh, or possibly John A Horsburgh.

Walter McAinsh Jr., Cumbernauld, Lanarkshire, Scotland,  for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his grandfather at McAinsh, Bakers & Confectioners, Easter Road, Edinburgh.

Ian McAnally, Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a postcard of the Scottish National Exhibition held at Saughton Park, Edinburgh, in 1908.

Giselle McAndrew (née Houston), England, for allowing me to reproduce a 'Walking Picture' taken in Edinburgh around 1930-32.

George McBean, New Town, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos, including photos of Sparta Boxing Club and Stanwell Football Club, and a photo of his shop, housed in the former Police Station and jail, at Gilmerton Road, Gilmerton.  The photo was taken in the late-1960s.

Alistair McBeath, Granton, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of the photos from his collection, including photos taken in and around Granton Harbour, Edinburgh

Norman McBeath, Learmonth, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph and case from the 'University Photographic Portrait Gallery studios of Davis Brothers.

Margaret McCafferty, Allanton, near Shotts, North Lanarkshire, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce photographs of Portobello.

Rory McCluskey for providing a photograph taken at Rutherford's Bar, 3+3a Drummond Street, Edinburgh, probably around 1920s to 1940s.

Brian McCombe, England had three photos accepted in the EPS International Exhibition of Photography, 2008 One of these, titled 'Mandril' has been reproduced on one of the posters advertising the exhibition and also on the EdinPhoto web site.

Alex Macdonald, Peffermill, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce one of his old photographic wallets from Jerome's Studio.

Janette McDonough for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of her dad and other children from St Saviour's Kindergarten at Chessel's Court, taken around 1911-12.

Hector Macduff for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a Staff Children's Christmas Party held at Gogarburn Hospital around 1955.

Malcolm McEwan for allowing me to reproduce images of a painting by John Horsburgh, 1835-1924.

Tom McEwan, Penicuik, Midlothian, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a class at Royston Primary School, taken around 1939.

Jim Macfarlane, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photos, including a photo of himself and his brother, taken in the entrance to 4 Fort Place, Leith.

Calum McGaw, Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Peter Thomson, 3 miles cycling champion for the East of Scotland, 1905-06.

David McGarry for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his class in the final year at St Mary's Primary School, York Place, Edinburgh.

Sandra McGechan, Macclesfield, Cheshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce an illustration from her book 'Selections from the Ballads, Poems and Songs of Alfred Lord Tennyson, Poet Laureate' published by Valentine & Sons.

Stevie McGill, Balerno, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his grandfather, who was Manager of The Grove Bar, Edinburgh in the early-1960s.  Michael is hoping to hear from somebody who knew his grandfather or might be able to provide any information about him.

Graham McGrath for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Gracemount High School Football Team, 1969-70.  Thank you also to Forbes Wilson who lives near Guildford, Surrey, England, for sending a copy of Graham's photo to me.

Janice McGrath, Edinburgh, a member of Edinburgh Photographic Society,  for allowing me to reproduce some of her photos of the demolition of three  blocks of flats at Gracemount, SE Edinburgh, in October 2009

Garry McGravie, Wodonga, Victoria, Australia (formerly Edinburgh) for allowing me to reproduce some photos of Edinburgh taken in the 1950s and 1960s.

Darren McGreevy for allowing me to reproduce some of her photos of the Grassmarket and the Vennel Steps, Edinburgh.

Ally McGurk, N W Cumbria, for allowing me to reproduce photographs taken by her and her farther, Thomas M McGurk

These photos can be found on the Flickr web site.

Neil McIlwraith Edinburgh, who through his photographic bookshops, 'Beyond Words', has arranged a number of book launches in Edinburgh involving prominent photographers in recent years.

Maurice McIlwrick, North Gyle, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce images from the  'Baird Drive Nostalgia Project'.

Thank you, also, to Jimmy Beveridge for allowing me to reproduce his plan of Baird Drive, which he drew to enable some of the results from the 'Baird Drive Nostalgia Project' to be recorded.

Hugh McInnes for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a class at Victoria Primary School, Newhaven, taken in 1948-49.

Dave McIntosh for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of two Lismore Primary School Prefects.

David McIntosh, Murrayfield, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Craiglockhart Primary School,  Class P7.  This photo was taken in 1959.  The photographer is not known.

Graeme MacKay, Liberton, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of himself, taken at Greendykes in 1967.

Valerie McKay, Pakenham Ontario, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of her mother who died in 2014, aged 91.  This photo was taken in 1938 at Jerome's studio, Edinburgh.

Phil Mackie, Orpington, Kent, England, for allowing me to reproduce the photos from an old edition of his Bruce Peebles' publication, 'BP News'.

Steven Mackie, Motherwell, Lanarkshire, Scotland, for sending a photograph of his grandmother's family, taken in Morrison's studio.

David McIntosh, Murrayfield, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Craiglockhart Primary School,  Class P7.  This photo was taken in 1959.  The photographer is not known.

Catherine MacLucasCaithness, Scotland, and other members of the MacLucas family  -  Photographs by Archibald MacLucas.

Susan McKean,    Paisley Scotland  - for photographs of Charles Jenner (one of the founders of Jenner & Kennington, later to become Jenner's Department Store in Princes Street) and his butler.  Susan McKean is great-granddaughter of Charles Jenner's butler.

Grant McKeeman and Stuart Wardell, both of Copymade Ltd, West Maitland Street, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of their posters on the topic of 'Trams for Edinburgh'.

Dave McKinlay, New Zealand, for allowing me to reproduce his photos of Sparta Amateur Boxing Club taken in 1948-49, a school class at Niddrie Marischal school, taken in 1952-53, and photos relating to his grandfather William Tyrell, taken around 1915.

Mary McLauchlan for allowing me to reproduce a photograph by William Kyles, formerly of Portobello, Edinburgh, taken at his studio in Ayr.

Gordon McLetchie, Trinity, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce his aerial photograph of Moredun Primary School and the surrounding prefab houses.  The photo was probably taken around 1952, but the photographer is not known.

James McLean, Lancashire, England, for allowing me to reproduce his photos including one of a class at Boroughmuir School taken in 1946 and an old photograph of Police based at St Leonard's Police Station.

Colin McLeod, Battleby, near Perth, Perthshire, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce some photos from his family album, including 'walking pictures' taken in Edinburgh in the 1930s.

Jen McLeod, Canonmills, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of one of Gormley's life-size statues in the Water of Leith, Edinburgh

Dan MacMeekinWashington  -  Cabinet print by Turnbull & Sons.

Eileen McMahon, Cheshire, England, for Hand-coloured photos of her grandparents from Jerome's studio in 1933.

Stephen McMahon, Munich, Germany for allowing me to reproduce photographs of groups of workers in Edinburgh, including his grandfather in the 1920s and his dad in the 1940s, and school certificates awarded to him in the 1960s.

Mairi Macnab, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of her father.  The photo was taken on the Postal Bowling Club's bowling green at Parsons Green and passed to me by Mairi's cousin, Winnie Lisowski.

Michelle McNally for allowing me to reproduce his photograph titled ''Little Ballerina"  which  was accepted in the EPS International Exhibition of Photography, 2011.

Alex McNicoll, Mid Calder, West Lothian, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a photo of 12 children standing outside the Sally Ann (Salvation Army) in Wardieburn Drive, Edinburgh

Michael A G McNiven, Dean, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce an invitation to inspect the central electricity station in Edinburgh in 1895.

Jeanie and Nic Maennling, Lanark, Ontario, Canada for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Portobello Beach, taken in 1900.

Jeanie and Nick run the shop 'Lanark Village Antiques and Collectables'.

Michael McRitchie for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of an Ambrotype photograph by Robert Armstrong, together with its dismantled frame.

Peter Main, Newtonmore, Highlands, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce his RP Phillimore sketches of Edinburgh Old Town.

Make Ltd Architects, Edinburgh for permission to reproduce architectural illustrations of a possible new bandstand for Princes Street Gardens, and other images, on this web site.

Brian Malcolm for annotating a couple of engravings that appeared in Grant's Old & New Edinburgh to help identify some of the monuments in Warriston Cemetery, Edinburgh.

David Malcolm, North Island, New Zealand, for allowing me to reproduce photographs of students attending Leith Nautical College, a memorial plaque at Younger's Brewery, Holyrood Road, and some of his family photos taken at Holyrood in the 1930s and Ferry Road Avenue in the 1950s.

Alan Maloney for allowing me to reproduce images taken in and around Saughton Park, Edinburgh.

Dean Malpass, Cambridgeshire, England, and Pippa Stocking for allowing me to reproduce two photos, one of sailing and one of a street scene, both possibly taken around 1928.  Dean is keen to discover where these photos were taken.

Mike Maltz, Houston, Texas, USA, for permission to reproduce a tintype photo.  Mike is attempting to discover whether this photo originated in Europe or USA.

Carole Manson, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, for allowing me to reproduce a photo of herself and two other girls working at Duncan's Chocolate Factory.

Donald Manson, Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce the back of one of his postcards.  The card is a view of Cottage Hospital, Kirkcaldy, published by 'RRR-E'

Sue Marchant for allowing me to reproduce a photograph that she took at the BBC in July 2012, of Bill Taylor Smith, a former member of 'Keyhole'.

Jason Marchiafava, for allowing me to reproduce two of his photographs of an engraving tool in use.

Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation for permission to reproduce a self-portrait of  Robert Mapplethorpe.

Mark, Edinburgh, who has a particular interest in visiting and photographing 'Edinburgh Underground'.

Mapman for allowing me to reproduce two old Ordnance Survey maps of Gilmerton House at Gilmerton, Edinburgh.

Graham Marshall, southern Spain, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of the ice house that stood on the site where the new James Gillespie's High School for Girls was built in the 1950s.

Marion Marshall, Colinton, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce her photograph of Darroch School Rugby Team, 1957-58.

Rodney Marshall, Luton Bedfordshire, England, who sent a photograph of an accident, near a railway, possibly in Edinburgh. Where is the location?

Roy Marshall, Burnley, Lancashire, England for allowing me to reproduce photographs of trams and other transport from his own collection.  This includes photos by Roy Marshall and Robert F Mack, Leeds.

Bob Martin, Osyka, Mississippi, USA for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Goldenacre on this web site.

Davie Martin, Hillside, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce some of his old photos of East Thomas Street and surrounding streets in Edinburgh.

Dick Martin, Borders, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce photographs of some of the certificates for swimming and church attendance, awarded to himself and to his father.

John Martin, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce an early photograph of industry at Holyrood, on and near the site of where the Scottish Parliament now stands.

John Martin, Southern Northamptonshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce early photos of Edinburgh University Theatre photos.

Sheila Masson for allowing me to reproduce a Victorian tintype photo from an exhibition that she is curating at the English Speaking Union Scottish Gallery in Edinburgh.  This exhibition runs from 27 June to 18 July, 2015

Robert Mawer:  A photo by Robert Mawer ARPS, England, titled ''Spatial Awareness' has been accepted for the EPS Open Exhibition 2013 and reproduced on the exhibition poster.  This has also been reproduced on the EdinPhoto web site with acknowledgement to Robert Mawer and to Edinburgh Photographic Society.

Brian Maxwell for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of the John Maxwell mural 'Children's Games and Amusements' at Art Space, Craigmillar.

 Diana Maxwell, Aberdour, Fife, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph  of pupils and the Headmistress at Queen Margaret's PNEU School, together with extracts from an article that she wrote about the history of PNEU schools in Britain and her recollections of attending two PNEU schools in Edinburgh.

David Meacher, Fife, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Braefoot Motor Garage, Liberton Dams, Edinburgh.

William Mearns, Church Manager, Mayfield Salisbury Parish Church, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a postcard and other images of churches in Edinburgh.

Margeorie Mekie, Portobello, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a postcard by ER Yerbury & Son of Craigend Chapel.  (Where is this chapel?) and other Edinburgh postcards.

Mike Melrose, Greenbank, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Post Jean.  The photographer is not known.  Mike would like to know when this photo might have been taken.

John Menzies Windsor, Ontario, Canada for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a school class at Reay, Caithness, Scotland, probably from the early 1900s.

Mary Frances Merlin (Monteith), France, formerly of Bingham, Edinburgh, for a photograph of herself aged about 9 at Bingham Place in 1955, and also other photographs taken on a visit to Edinburgh in July 2008.

Philip Mernick, London. for allowing me to reproduce an image of his ambrotype photo from the studio of John Moffat, 60 Princes Street, Edinburgh.

Joyce Messer, North Island, New Zealand, for allowing me to reproduce a page of signatures of pupils in a class photo taken at Trinity Academy, Edinburgh in 1951.

Richy Middlemiss, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce his photograph of the last section of cable track, in the centre of Waterloo Place.

Angela Miles, Colchester, Essex, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of her grandfather, the melodeon player,  James Brown.

Jamie Munro a volunteer with Edinburgh Direct Aid (the photographer), and Ian McHaffie, Granton, Edinburgh (whose camera Ian was using) for allowing me to reproduce a photo taken in December 2013 of workers at the Edinburgh Direct Aid warehouse at 16a West Harbour Road packing goods to be sent to refugees in Syria.

Jean Millar, Portobello, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of pupils at Portobello Secondary School, taken in the early-1950s.

James Miller, Grangemouth, Central Scotland for allowing me to reproduce one of his photographs of Grangemouth Docks, taken in 2009.

Keith Miller, Oban, Argyll & Bute, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Ed Brown, once a part-owner of the Portobello pleasure boat, 'Skylark' and photos of the Jewish Temple at The Vennel.

Jimmy Milne for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his class at James Clark School, Edinburgh, taken around 1956-57.

Andrew Mitchell for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos, including a photo of some of the pupils in his class at Broughton High School, taken in 1970.

Maureen Mitchell (née Graham), Gilmerton, Edinburgh,  for photographs around Dumbiedykes.  Maureen now lives at Gilmerton, Edinburgh.

Richard Middlemiss for permission to reproduce photographs taken in and around East Thomas Street, Edinburgh.

Betty Moir, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce two photos of her grandfather who had a baker's shop at 21 Arthur Street, Edinburgh, until 1940.

Mrs H Moncur,  Edinburgh, on behalf of the Edinburgh amateur photographer and poet,  Douglas J Fraser

Patrick Montgomery for allowing me to reproduce a copy of one of his photos.  The photo is attributed to Horatio Ross, and is a view of a large house.  Patrick would like to discover which house this is.

Zoe Montgomery, Tranent, East Lothian, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce one of her old family photos of a shop and van in St John's Road, Corstorphine.

Mary Monts, Harrisonburg, Virginia, USA, for allowing me to reproduce photos of two of her small books by Valentine & Sons:  'Golden Thoughts about Mother' and 'Golden Thoughts about Father'

Gail Moody,  South Australia for permission to reproduce several of her cartes de visite by the Edinburgh professional photographer, John Horsburgh.

Raymond Mooney, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce his photo of Parson's Green School building before its fire in 1958 and his photos of a class of pupils who attended Norton Park School from 1961  to 1964.

Ian Moore, Cramlington, Northumberland, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a yellow Bedford fire tender that he took at McDonald Road Fire Station, Edinburgh in 1968-9.

Thank you also to Ian Campbell, Shoreham by Sea, West Sussex, England, for passing a copy of this photo to me, together with Ian's permission to reproduce it.

Paul Moore, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of the photos of London Road Foundry, Meadowbank, that he took following the closure of the foundry, around 1990.

Joe Moracen,  Trinity, Edinburgh, formerly of Leith, for permission to include photographs and a painting of his family  -  scenes of Leith Sands and Leith Docks from the mid-1930s.

David Morgan, Kessingland, Suffolk, England, for allowing me to reproduce a hand-tinted photo from one of Jerome's studios.

Lesley Morgan, Hertfordshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a flour sack from Chancelot Mill, Bonnington, Edinburgh.

Lynne Morris, Wales, for his photo titled ''Grumpy Sparrowhawk' accepted  for the EPS Open Exhibition 2014 and reproduced by EPS on an exhibition poster.  This photo has also been added to the EdinPhoto web site with acknowledgement to Lynne Morris and to Edinburgh Photographic Society.

Ewan Morrison, Maloney Beach, New South Wales, Australia, for permission to reproduce a cabinet print, possibly from around 1890, by A J Turner, an amateur or professional photographer living in Edinburgh, and two cartes de visite from the 1860s by the Edinburgh professional photographer, George Oman.

Andrew Morton, Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce photos taken in 1950-52, in and around his prefab house at Craigour Avenue, Edinburgh.

James Morton-Robertson,  Sevenoaks, Kent, England, for allowing me to reproduce some of his family photographs

Paul Mottram, Montrose, Angus, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce photographs by Alex Ayton, professional photographer, Bruntsfield, Edinburgh.

Jim Mowat, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce photographs taken at Trinity Academy between 1947 and 1955.

Sand Mullay,  (A J Mullay) for permission to reproduce some of his railway photographs. Sand has written several railway books including 'Rail centres, Edinburgh' published by Ian Allan in 1991.

David Munge for allowing me to reproduce his water colour painting of 'The Royal George' departing Greenwich, London for its journey to Leith Harbour, Edinburgh in the early 19th century.

Alister Munro for allowing me to reproduce this postcard portrait of a sailor from HMS Munro, possibly photographed in Morrison's studio, Edinburgh.

James Munro, Le Tonkin, SW France, for allowing me to reproduce photographs of a school class and of the Pipe Band at Broughton High School, taken around 1950.

Margaret Munro, Portobello for allowing me to reproduce a cabinet print from the Portobello studio of photographer, Charles Munro.

Angus Murchison, Glasgow, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a portrait painting, painted by the Edinburgh artist and photographer, RS Forrest.

Ronnie Murphy for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a class at Southhouse Primary School, taken in 1952-53.

Shirley Murphy for allowing me to reproduce one of her family photos.  The photo includes a man in military uniform.  Shirley wonders what uniform it is.

Catherine (Cunningham) Murray, East Kilbride, Lanarkshire, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce an early photograph of workers outside the Glasgow Fish Market.

Eileen Murray, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photo of her granny's fish & chip shop at Montrose Terrace, Abbeyhill.  Thank you also to Eileen's American cousin for providing the photo that Eileen sent to me.

George Murray, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of trams in Leith Depot.

Stephen Wallace Murray, Frankfurt, Germany, for permission to reproduce photos of the Wallace family.

Ian Mycko, Gilmerton, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce photographs of lorries from Pentland Garage, Straiton, Edinburgh.

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Nancy, New York, USA, for allowing me to reproduce the cover and title page of one of her books published by Valentine & Sons.

KM Narayanaswamy ARPS, AFIAP for allowing me to reproduce his photograph titled ''Blue Jay with Feed"  which  was accepted in the EPS International Exhibition of Photography, 2011.

National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh

National Gallery of Australia  -  Diston photos

The National Library of Scotland Map LIbrary, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce maps from their collection.

National Museum of Photography, Film & Television,  Bradford

National Museums Scotland, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photo by Tunny, looking across Waverley Valley to Shakespeare Square, and also photos from their Scottish Life Archive collection..  Kerry McMillan of National Museums is keen to discover when the Tunny photograph was taken

National Tramway Museum, Crich, Derbyshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce photos, mainly of trams around Edinburgh, from their collection of photos.

Carlos Navarrete, Joao Pessoa, Paraiba, Brazil, for permission to reproduce a painting of St George's Church, Charlotte Square from a clock that he is restoring.

Jeremy Nayler, St Albans, Hertfordshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph which he believes to be of his great grandmother.  This photo was taken at Moir & Halkett's studio between about 1889 and 1893.

Liz Neil, Lieth, for permission to reproduce a few 19th century photographs of Edinburgh, found in an old photograph album belonging to her grandfather.

Barry Nelson for allowing me to reproduce a photograph that he took of Arden Street, Edinburgh, in 2006

David Nelson, Mountcastle, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos of groups of children, taken in and around East Thomas Street, Edinburgh in the 1950s.

John Nelson, e-mail contact

Sandra Newlands, Orkney Islands, for permission to reproduce a photograph of a school class at Granton School.

Connie Newman (née Lannie) for allowing me to reproduce a photograph from her family album, taken in Lindsay Road, Leith at the time that Chancelot Mill was being constructed in Leith Western Harbour.

Judith Nicholson, Westborough, Massachusetts, USA, for allowing me to reproduce photographs of Royal Naval Medical Transport in South Queensferry and Edinburgh, taken around 1918.

Eric Nisbet, Barnton, Edinburgh, formerly Gilmerton, Edinburgh, for permission to reproduce some postcard views of Liberton and Gilmerton

Jeff Nisbet, USA, for allowing me to reproduce a postcard portrait of a girl and a stuffed donkey, taken in the Portobello studio of Robert McLelland, around the mid-1930s, and for also allowing me to reproduce a photo of his old home at 17 Elgin Place that he took when he returned to visit the area in 1970.

Peter Nolan, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce photographs including one of his father and three other Grassmarket musicians, and also a photograph of his father as a busker in Princes Street.

Ruth Nordhoy, Whidbey Island, Seattle, Washington, USA, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of 4 former pupils of Trinity Academy who met at a mini-reunion at Whidbey Island in summer 2014 - their first reunion for 58 years!

Bryan Norfolk, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce photographs taken from a 'Do You Know? - Motor Cars' book, published by Valentine & Sons.

Jo Noon for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of domestic service, produced by the studio of Andrew Swan Watson.  This photo comes from Jo's family album, so may have some connection with Jo's great-grandmother or great-grandfather.

Ray Norman, collector of stereo photos.

Sylvia Parker Northcott, Penicuik, Midlothian, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a copy of a receipt sent to her father Roy Don, Manager of Palladium Theatre, Edinburgh, in 1942 by Edinburgh Author and Composer, George Binnie.

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John O'Connor, St Andrews University for permission to use a photograph of James Clerk Maxwell from his web site.

James O'Hagan [KoKo], West Lothian for allowing me to reproduce some of the poems that he has had published in Edinburgh Photographic Society Bulletins.

Pat O'Neil, USA for allowing me to reproduce a photograph a religious paintings by the Edinburgh artist, Tom Curr.

Nick Oddy for allowing me to reproduce some of his old maps showing proposed tramway extsnsions.

Douglas Olcott, Berkeley, California, USA, for providing a copy of a photograph of the Gallery of Statues in the Museo Pio-Clementino in the Vatican.

Old Edinburgh Club, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce posters advertising their lectures.  Lectures are held at Augustine United Church, George IV Bridge, Edinburgh.

Brian Oliphant, New York, New York, USA. for providing an image of his painting by Thomas Buttersworth (1768-1842) of a Royal Visit to Edinburgh by Queen Victoria in 1842.

Steven Oliver, Shropshire, England for allowing me to reproduce postcards in connection with the history of Heart of Midlothian Football Club.  Steven has been researching the early Hearts player, Bobby Walker.

Steven Oliver, Duns, Borders, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce his photographs of one of Edinburgh's streets, Hutchison Crossway.

Jim O'Meara, formerly of Dumbiedykes, Edinburgh, and now living in Bonnyrigg, Midlothian, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of him with his Lambretta scooter, taken in St Andrew Square, Edinburgh, in the 1960s.

The Open Library for allowing me to reproduce images from Diary of a Free Kindergarten and from other books labelled 'Public Domain' to be found on their Archive.org web site.

Derek Orange, Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce photos from the studio of A & G Taylor, found in his grandfather's photograph album.

Norm Ovens, Michigan, USA for allowing me to reproduce one of his old family photos, taken at the studio of G R MacKay, Edinburgh.

Gareth Owen, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Clermiston Mains, formerly the Big House at Buttercup Dairy Farm.

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Jill Page, Bristol, Avon, England for allowing me to reproduce photographs of her Book Toy, 'Tipperary Tommy', published by Valentine & Sons.

James Pantling, Lalongue, Aquitaine. France, for allowing me to reproduce some of the photos that he took while working for United Wire Works in Edinburgh from 1963.

Jean Parboosingh, Canmore, Alberta, Canada for allowing me to reproduce her photograph of the Edinburgh Floral Clock, taken in 2005.

David Parfitt, Brighton, Sussex, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph with a backdrop of the Forth Bridge, taken at the studio of Peter McGill in South Queensferry, around the 1890s.

Eric Parker, Edinburgh, for permission to include his photograph of a painting, oil on panel, by Robert F Sherar,  who gave lectures to Edinburgh Photographic Society in the early 1900s.

Malcolm Parkin, Kinnesswood, Kinross, Perth & Kinross, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his group, 'Shane and The Sabres', taken in 1961.

Ann Passeri, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England for allowing me to reproduce a cabinet print by Brown Barnes & Bell with stickers from a White Star Line cruise.

Jim Patience, Alberta, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce the evacuation document for his family when they were evacuated from Canonmills, Edinburgh to Hawick in the Scottish Borders in 1939, and also a photograph of Portobello Funfair taken in the 1930s.

Charles Paterson, Livingston, West Lothian, for sending me photos of his class at Castle Hill School which he attended from 1945 to 1950 and of Boys' Brigade Edinburgh 46th Edinburgh Company.

Kenny Paterson, for sending me old photographs of streets in Leith.

William Paterson, Kingsknowe, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of the photos from his family collection, including photos taken at this family's Comiston Farm, Edinburgh.

Adrian Paton, Curator of the South Saskatchewan Photo Museum for allowing me to reproduce his postcard portrait of two children, one sitting in a large shoe.  The photo was taken at  from Morrison's Studio, Leith Street, Edinburgh in 1920.

Lillian Patterson, now living in Australia, for allowing me to reproduce some of her family photographs taken at East Thomas Street, Edinburgh.

Peacock Inn, Newhaven, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Peacock Hotel and a photograph of a model of the trawler, 'THOMAS L DEVLIN' .

James Peacock, Joppa, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce two photos of a small wooden snuff box reputed to have been made from wood taken from the house of William Hare, in Tanner's close.

Tommy Pearson for allowing me to reproduce his photograph of Newtongrange Viaduct, for comparison with an early photograph taken at, perhaps, the same location by James Pike

Bob Penry, Ohio, USA, one of 'The Gatekeepers' folk group in Edinburgh in 1965-66, for allowing me to include a photograph of him taken on Arthur's Seat in Holyrood Park.

Valerie Perales, South of Spain, for Photographs of a painting of her paternal grandmother, Alice Alexander,  by J Horsburgh.

Keith Perry, Claverley, Shropshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce his photograph on ceramic by the Edinburgh photographer, John Lamb.

David Petrie for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Davey and Nellie Hutchison behind the bar at their pub, Davey's Bar, in Leith.

David Pettigrew for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Broughton Senior Secondary School Second Seven Rugby Team, taken in 1923.

June Phillips (née Campbell), Peregian Beach, Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australiafor allowing me to reproduce photos from her collection, including a photograph of a class at Ravenscroft School, taken around 1953.

Photobus, Cheltenham, for permission to include a photograph of a tram and tram stop in Granton Road [copyright R W A Jones / O T A] at low resolution on this web site.

K Pickard, North Yorkshire, for allowing me to reproduce photographs of his game 'To Berlin' produced by Valentine & Sons.

Aileen Picton (née Connor) for allowing me to reproduce photos of the two schools that she and her brother attended:

-  a photo of Dalry Primary School, taken around 1939, and

-  a photo of Tynecastle Secondary School, taken around 1946.

Neil Pitts for allowing me to reproduce photos of his book from the Valentine & Sons 'Toy Book' series, 'Tanks in Action'.

Brendan Pollitt, Edinburgh, a teacher at Hermitage Park School, for providing copies of early photos of Hermitage Park School, sent to him by Morag Sinclair, for use in an exhibition that he is organising to celebrate the school's centenary in 2010.

Dan Ponting, who graduated from Bath Spa University in 2008, for allowing me to reproduce his prize-winning entry from the Royal Photographic Society competition to create a modern equivalent of Rejlander's photograph 'Two Ways of Life'.

Tim Pile, England, for allowing me to reproduce his photo that appeared on the cover of the EPS Open Exhibition catalogue, 2013.

Pilton Elderly Project for permission to reproduce some photographs from an exhibition that  a group of their members compiled: 'Granton, Now & Then'

Tina Pinkerton, Roundup, Montana, USA for permission to reproduce one of her photos of A W Elson.

Portobello History Society, Portobello, Edinburgh, and Archie Foley for allowing me to reproduce photographs from the society's collection, including a photo of a horse-drawn tram in Portobello High Street.

Norman Pope, Sidney, British Columbia Canada for allowing me to reproduce a photograph taken at the Third Annual Meeting of the Heriot Club of Western Canada, in June 2015.

Doreen Powell, Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of her brother's band from the 19060s, 'The Plastic Meringue'.

Penny Powel for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Edinburgh City Royal Garrison Artillery Band, taken outside George Heriot's School, Edinburgh.  When might this photo have been taken?

Jacek Pozdrawiam, Poland, for allowing me to reproduce photos, including a postcard portrait from the The Royal Studio, Leith Walk, Edinburgh.

Clive Press, Cordoba, Spain, for allowing me to reproduce paintings of his great great grandparents, painted by John Horsburgh of Edinburgh.

Nigel Price Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, for permission to reproduce a photograph, from Jerome's studio, of his mother, Nancye Freeman and other members of his family.  Nancye was step-daughter of Colonel Bertram Gale who was one of the Directors of Jerome, possibly Chairman, in the late 1940s.

Peter Pringle, Bonnyrigg, Midlothian, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos of Polton Farm, the farm where he was born in 1947.

Proscot, PR Company, Leith, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce photos taken at the time of the opening of Granton Gas Works, in 1902.

Campbell Purdie, Perth, for allowing me to reproduce his flier for Warriston Cemetery, dating from 1843.  Campbell hopes to sell his flier on eBay in July 2014.

Marie Purse, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia for allowing me to reproduce a  photograph of a street party in Ramsay Place, Portobello to celebrate Queen Elizabeth's Coronation in 1953

Ian C Purves, Waterdown, Ontario, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce his photographs including a photo of Inverleith Church Boys' Club camping in the Eildon Hills near Melrose in 1946-47.

David Pyper, Goole, Yorkshire, England, for permission to use one of his postcard portraits of two brothers with whippets.

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Gordon Rae, Scotland, for his photo titled ''Grumpy Sparrowhawk' accepted  for the EPS Open Exhibition 2014 and reproduced by EPS on an exhibition poster.  This photo has also been added to the EdinPhoto web site with acknowledgement to Gordon Rae and to Edinburgh Photographic Society.

Jean Rae, (formerly Jean Aithie) now living at Southside, Edinburgh, for photographs of Dumbiedykes in the 1950.  Jean Rae lived in 'The Balconies' at 34 Dumbiedykes Road, until they were demolished in the 1960s.

Marion Read, Kirknewton, Midlothian, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce some of her photos from Murrayburn Primary School, and other photos from the Sighthill area of Edinburgh

Alan Raeburn, Perth, Western Australia, for allowing me to reproduce some of his family photos, including photos of West Pilton taken in the 1950s.

Mary Raeburn, Perth, Western Australia, for allowing me to reproduce her painting of Edinburgh Castle from Johnston Terrace, Edinburgh.

James A Rafferty, Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce photos including a photograph of a group from the Ne'rgate Pub in the High Street on a coach outing - to where?

George Ramsay, Spain + UK, for allowing me to reproduce some of his school photos from Sciennes and Boroughmuir schools.

Marion Ramsay, Gorebridge, Midlothian, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce photos from her family collection including a photo of 'Persevere Entertainers, 1932',  a photo of workers at 'Hugh Stevenson & Sons, 1933' and photos of Craigmillar Primary School and Portobello Primary School, taken around 1947-48.

Gordon Rankin, Portobello, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce photos, including prints that he made from glass plates taken in 1903, showing views of Granton Gas Works, taken soon after the works opened.  Gordon is a Member of Edinburgh Photographic Society.

Alistair Rankine, Langwarrin, Victoria, Australia for allowing me to reproduce his photograph of a school class at Tynecastle Secondary School, taken in 1950.

Edmund Raphael, Minehead, Somerset, England for allowing me to reproduce photos that he took at Comiston House Edinburgh in 1951.

Thorsten Rasmussen, Hellebaek, Denmark, for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos relating to shipping, taken in Copenhagen and Leith, Edinburgh.

Anita Razzell (née Canale) now living at Qualicum Beach, British Columbia, Canada for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a 1950-51 class at Castle Hill School Edinburgh,

Ken Rebetzke, Australia, for allowing me to reproduce photos of his souvenir mug from the International Exhibition of Science & Art, held at The Meadows, Edinburgh, 1886.

Cyril Reddington, Edinburgh, later London,  Four portraits by Cyril Reddington, have been reproduced on the EdinPhoto web site in the hope that the subjects may be recognised and that the portraits can then be passed on to them or to their families.

Tony Redford ARPS, whose photograph appeared on the poster advertising Edinburgh Photographic Society 's 141st Annual Exhibition of Photography, in 2005.

Martin Reece, whose photograph appeared on the poster advertising Edinburgh Photographic Society 's 141st Annual Exhibition of Photography, in 2003.

Paul Remagen, for permission to reproduce one of his photographs by the Edinburgh photogapher, Robert MacPherson, taken in Rome.

Martin Reece, MBE LRPS whose photograph appeared on the poster advertising Edinburgh Photographic Society 's 141st Annual Exhibition of Photography, in 2003.

Caroline Reeve, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a class at Fernieside School, taken around 1960.

Pat and John Reid, for allowing me to reproduce photographs taken on Middle Pier and opposite West Pier at Granton Harbour, around the 1960s.

Neil Renilson,  Lothian Region Transport

Rosemary Reynolds, North Yorkshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce covers and frontispieces from three of her Valentine 'Golden Thoughts' books.

Bob Riddell for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his class at Granton Primary School, Edinburgh.  The photo was probably taken between 1953 and 1956.

Trevor Rigg, Edinburgh, for allowing me to include a photograph of a St Cuthbert's Co-op milk delivery horse, taken in Gladstone Terrace around 1980-83

Vicki Riley (née Bollen), Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, for allowing me to reproduce photos from a scrap book, taken at the Palais de Danse, Fountainbridge, Edinburgh in 1934-35.  The scrap book belonged to her father, Tom Bollen, who was leader of the Orchestra at the Palais for some time.

Oz Rimming who sent me a cabinet print of his grandmother on her 21st birthday, taken at Cooper & Durie's studio in Edinburgh in 1902.

Grant Ritchie, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce his photo that was awarded 1st Place in the Contemporary Section of the Forth Bridge Photography Competition, run in connection with the nomination for the Forth Bridge to become a World Heritage Site.

David Robb, London, England, for allowing me to reproduce copies of photographs of his infants class at Fort Street School, Leith, Edinburgh, taken at Christmas 1959 and New Year 1960.

Douglas Roberts, New Town, Edinburgh,  for allowing me to reproduce some of his family photos taken while he was attending Granton Primary School. Douglas attended Granton Primary for about 3 or 4 years, then moved to Heriots.

Gillian Robertshaw (née Stohlner) for allowing me to reproduce his documents relating to MS Gullfoss that sailed from Leith in 1967  - 1.  Sailing Instructions,  2. Luggage Label,  3. Sailing Schedule.

Elizabeth Robertson for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of her grandfather standing beside a Duncan's Chocolates Albion van.

James Irvine Robertson,  Aberfeldy, Perthshire, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a daguerreotype taken by John Moffat in 1856.

Jim Robertson, Berlin, Germany for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a class at Castlehill School.

Richard Robertson for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his family, taken outside their house at Bingham Place.

Thomas Robertson, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos of his father's Jacobean Café and Gift Shop at 1 Ramsay Lane and photos of record sleeves from Edinburgh record shops..

Eric Robinson for allowing me to reproduce his copy of a photo of the 'Blackie Boys' from Blackfriars Street, Edinburgh.

George Robinson, Fountainbridge, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos, including photos of the Royal Garrison Artillery who were based at Easter Road, Edinburgh.

Michael Robinson, Cumbria, England, for allowing me to reproduce an old advert for the Caledonian Hotel + Tariffs, Edinburgh.

Norman Robson ARPS, DPAGB, whose photograph appeared on the poster advertising Edinburgh Photographic Society 's 141st Annual Exhibition of Photography, in 2005.

Joseph Rock, West Barns, East Lothian, Scotland

John Rodger, Edinburgh for permission to reproduce a painting by John Horsburgh, Edinburgh, 1879.

Kacper Rogala, Edinburgh for permission to reproduce some of  his photographs of Edinburgh.

Ed Romney, Williamsburg, New Mexico

Ross for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of an old ambulance in Edinburgh.  The photo was taken in 1907.

Thank you also to Miss Barrie for providing the photograph above to Ross.

Dave Ross, Aberdeenshire, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce some of his old 'Castle Series' postcards of Edinburgh.

Ian Ross,  Portobello, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce photos of his Bungy's Membership Card, 1964.

John Ross, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, England for photographs of Granton Harbour, a shop in High Street Edinburgh and of John Ross and his family.

Ron Ross, Brompton, Ontario, Canada for allowing me to reproduce some of his photographs of Gilmerton, Edinburgh.

Sandy Ross, Redbourn, Hertfordshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of an ex-Edinburgh Corporation Aveling & Porter steam tractor.

Albert Rossi, Cape Town, South Africa, for allowing me to reproduce two of his photos of dance bands in Edinburgh in 1962.

Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce the cover of one of the seed catalogues in their collection.

Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland (RCAHMS),  Edinburgh 

Royal High School,  Edinburgh.  Photograph from the school magazine

Royal High School Club, London, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of the Royal High School from their web site www.royalhigh.org.uk

The Royal Photographic Society Collection,  Bath 

Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of the images from thier exhibitions.

Lou Ruf for allowing me to reproduce a carte de visite of Hugh Paton's studio in Campbeltown

Andrew Rush, Hungary, for allowing me to reproduce some of his old family photos taken in and around St James' Square,  Edinburgh

Frank and Ian Rushbrook, Edinburgh, son and grandson of Alfred H Rushbrook, for permission to reproduce some of A H Rushbrook's photographs on this site.

Brian Russell, Gorgie, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos of children in the Dalry district, taken in the 1950s

Colin Ruffell for allowing me to reproduce some of his prints of Edinburgh.

Ian J Russell, Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce his photographs of the memorial and plaques at Roseburn Cemetery,  to those who died in the Royal Scots troop train disaster near Gretna, in 1915.

Steve Russell for allowing me to reproduce a postcard portrait of his grandfather, taken while he was serving with the Lancashire Fusiliers.

The portrait was taken by GR Mackay, Edinburgh.

Bert Rutherford, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a class at Cooper Street Primary School, taken in 1947 and a photograph of St Ninian's Primary School, also taken in 1947.

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St Aiden's Parish Church, Chesser Avenue, Edinburgh.  Thank you to the current minister of the church  (Feb 2012) for providing a photograph of the former St Aiden's Parish Church, at Stenhouse Drive, a building that has now been demolished.

Margaret Salisbury, Prestatyn, Denbighshire, North Wales for permission to reproduce a photograph of her in connection with an exhibition of her work on display at Edinburgh Photographic Society during October 2011.

John Saunders, West Sussex, for permission to reproduce a Jerome photograph of his wife's great aunt and husband.

Dave Schofield, for permission to reproduce copies of old documents, including a pew rental document from Greyfriars' Church, dated 1859

Brent Scoble, Affordable Antique Art  -  for J Lamb painting

Kathryn Scorah, England, for allowing me to reproduce her photo that appeared on the cover of the EPS Open Exhibition catalogue, 2013.

Bill Scott, Alnwick, Northumberland, England, for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos of Buttercup Poultry Farm, Clermiston, Edinburgh, and of Buttercup Dairy Co shops.

Dave Scott, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada  for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his school class at Bonnington Primary School.  The name of the photographer is not known.

David J Scott, Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland for providing a photograph of a Leith Docks tug-of-war team, taken probably around 1900.

Ian Scott,  Hazlemere, Buckinghamshire, England - for photographs of former fire stations and fire engines in Edinburgh in the 1960s and 1970s.

June Scott, Bonaly, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce photos of Wood Brothers' delivery van, Edinburgh Aero Club and other photographs from her family collection.

Neil Scott BSc (1963), PhD (1967) Edin., FRPS, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce his photograph of the bar staff at Rutherford's Lounge Bar, Edinburgh, and some of his photos taken on the day of the Edinburgh University Rectorial Battle in 1963.

Neil is Members' Exhibition Secretary at Edinburgh Photographic Society.

Stewart Scott, St. Cyrus, Angus, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce photos of his 5 lb pot from Buttercup Dairy Co.

Scottish Genealogy Society for permission to reproduce a few cabinet prints and cartes de visite from an album that has been donated to the SGS.  The inscription on the front of the album reads 'AG Fraser, Edinburgh, 1889'.

Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh

Scottish Life Archive,  National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh for permission to reproduce photos from their interesting collection that includes everyday life in Scotland.  Some of their photos are included in an exhibition, David Innes Collection of Photographs at the Royal Museum of Scotland from March 2004.

Scottish Storytelling Centre -  A photograph of the cover of the programme for TradFest 2013 has been reproduced with acknowledgement to Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh.

Selex Galileo, UK, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Ferranti Apprentices at Coupar Street Training School, Leith, taken in 1965.

SSHoP [The Scottish Society for the History of Photography] for allowing me to reproduce a poster for their Annual Photographer's Lecture.

W Stuart Sellar, for permission to reproduce some of his transport photographs from Edinburgh in the mid-1900s

Dr Adi Sethna, whose photograph appeared on the poster advertising Edinburgh Photographic Society 's 140th Annual Exhibition of Photography, in 2002.

Oliver Seyfried, London, for allowing me to reproduce a  photograph of a model of the memorial in Princes Street Gardens to the Royal Scots Greys.

Steve Shanahan, for a copy of his carte de visite by John Pettigrew

Bonnie Shane, Shickshinny, Pennsylvania, USA for allowing me to reproduce a Print by A W Elson of the painting "Children of the Shell".

Joseph Sharples, Chief Researcher, Mackintosh Architecture: Context, Making and Meaning, The Huntarian, University of Glasgow, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph taken in 2012 of the room at 137 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, that was once used by the photographer Louis Saul Langfier to exhibit his work.

Frank Joseph Shaw, Perth, Western Australia, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his father taken in East Thomas Street, near Easter Road, Edinburgh, and a photograph of a class at Leith Walk Primary School taken in 1952.

Ian Shaw, Northumberland, England, for a sending me a photograph in 2013 of a school, probably in Edinburgh, taken by his grandfather at least a hundred years earlier.

Yvonne Shaw for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of some of the Weddell family who lived in Holyrood Square, Old Town, Edinburgh.

Patrick Sheedy, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada for sending a Valentine postcard from Canada.  The back of this postcard has been reproduced on the EdinPhoto web site.

Brian Shepard for allowing me to reproduce an outdoor portrait by Jerome Ltd.

George Shepherd, Ratho Station, Edinburgh for photographs of statues on the Scott Monument, taken while the monument was being restored.

Andrew Shortel, Muirhouse, Edinburgh, for permission to reproduce some of his photos of Edinburgh

Drew Shortel, Newhaven, Edinburgh, (father of Andrew Shortel, above) for permission to reproduce some of his photos of Leith, including the 1964 Leith Pageant.  Drew took the photos himself and processed them in his home darkroom.

Siemens Transmission & Distribution Ltd for allowing me to reproduce photographs from the Bruce Peebles' publication, 'BP News'.

Winifred Sillitto, Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland for a photograph of George Square, Edinburgh  being demolished in the 1960s.

Brandy Simpson, Corstorphine, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce two photos that she took in 2012 of 'The Big Rock' in the former school grounds of James Clark School at St Leonard's Hill, Edinburgh.

Heather Sims for allowing me to reproduce a postcard portrait of sitters, possibly wearing Edwardian dress and photos of some of the children and staff at Challenger Lodge, Boswall Road, Edinburgh.

Howard Simmons, Simmons Gallery, London  -  for Marshall Wane medals

John Simcox for allowing me to reproduce a copy of a photo of two pages from his book Mary Queen of Scots, published by Valentine & Sons Ltd.

Richard Simcock, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his class at James Clark School.

David Simpson, Edinburgh.  I have included one of David's photographs on the EdinPhoto web site.  The subject is the 1960s Edinburgh music group, 'The Moonrakers'.

Barbara Simpson for providing copies of photos taken by her father, Norward Inglis.

Doug Simpson, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos of small white enamel plates featuring the letter 'G' that he has taken  around the streets of Edinburgh.

Muriel and Ron Simpson, Sale, Cheshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce several of their photos of Edinburgh from the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s.

Peter Simpson, Brighton, Sussex, England for providing a carte de visite by James Howie Jun showing his studio addresses in Glasgow and Edinburgh.

Roddy Simpson, Linlithgow, West Lothian, Scotland, writer and lecturer in photography, for allowing me to reproduce some of his early Scottish photographs.

Alex and Eileen Sinclair, Corstorphine, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of vases awarded for the Powderhall Sprint, Edinburgh in 1900.

Bob Sinclair, Queensland, Australia, for allowing me to reproduce some of his family photographs taken in Edinburgh and Leith.

Colin Sinclair for taking digital photographs of two buildings at Gullane for comparison with old glass slides featuring similar buildings.

John Sinclair, Trinity, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce two photos of Wardie Farm, Edinburgh, taken by his father around 1948-50

Morag Sinclair for allowing me to reproduce early photos of classes at Hermitage Park School.  Thank you also to Brendan Pollitt, Edinburgh, who is organising an exhibition to celebrate the school's centenary in 2010, for sending copies of the photos to me.

William Sinclair, near Toronto, Ontario, Canada for allowing me to reproduce one of his photographs of a D-type Jaguar, prepared for Le Mans by Viewforth Coachworks in the 1950s.

Ed Skedd, Marchmont, Edinburgh.  for photographs of the Scottish Minister and hymn writer, Horatius Bonar, taken by John Horsburgh and John Moffat.

Alistair Skelton, Auckland, New Zealand, for allowing me to reproduce a painting of his great great great grandmother, painted by Horsburgh in 1877.

Gail Skinner, San Marco, California, USA for allowing me to reproduce her class photo taken at St Serfs school around 1959.

Denis Slattery, Invergordon

Michael Slorance,  Fife, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph a ferry at North Queensferry.  The photo was taken by Michael's father in 1964.

Jim Smart, Bournemouth, Dorset, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his school class at Towerbank Primary School, Portobello, taken just before the outbreak of World War II in 1939.

Linda Smiles, a descendant of Robert Smith Forrest for allowing me to reproduce two etchings by Robert Smith Forrest.

Alex Smith for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of himself and other pupils at Dalry Road School, 1952 EPSAA League Winners.

Avril Finlayson Smith, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a class from Royston Primary School Annex, taken around 1945-46.

Desha Smith, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of the cover of a book 'Views of Westminster Abbey, published by Valentine & Sons Ltd.

Eleanor Smith Edenvale, Johannesburg, South Africa, for allowing me to reproduce some of her photos of Dean Village.

George Smith, who may have taken a photograph of snooker players in a 1st Leith Boys' Brigade Company fundraising tournament in 1982.

John Smith, Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce some of his old family photos of Dumbiedykes and other areas of Edinburgh and Scotland.

Ken Smith, Calgary, Alberta, Canada for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a class at Balgreen School, taken in 1937-38.

Kevin Smith, London, for allowing me to reproduce a carte de visite of one of his ancestors.  The photo was taken by Edinburgh photographer John T Croal.

Tam Smith, Rhein-Mein area, near Frankfurt, Germany, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of the Floral Clock in West Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh, that he took in 2003.

WAC Smith, Glasgow, for allowing me to reproduce some of his railway photos taken in and around Edinburgh.

Norman Sneddon, Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce one of his family photo  -  a portrait of 4 brothers, all members of the Royal Scots, taken at Jerome's Studio, 79 Leith Street, in 1939

John Somerville, Seattle, Washington, USA, for allowing me to reproduce photos of his model steam engine by 'Lennie, Edinburgh'.

Ian Spence,  Edinburgh

Richard Spurdens, England, for his photo titled ''En Pointe' accepted  for the EPS Open Exhibition 2014 and reproduced by EPS on an exhibition poster.  This photo has also been added to the EdinPhoto web site with acknowledgement to Richard Spurdens and to Edinburgh Photographic Society.

George M Staddon, for allowing me to reproduce some railway photographs in and around Edinburgh from his collection.

Simon Stanbridge, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, for allowing me to reproduce photos of some of the pages and book covers from his books published by Valentine & Sons in the 1890s.

Standard Life Assurance Company, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some photos from their archives.

Helen Quilietti Stanton, Abbeyhill, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a group, taken in Niddrie Mains Terrace on the occasion of the wedding of her uncle and aunt, Bobby Quilietti and Jeanette Henderson.

Johnni Stanton, Craigmillar, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce photographs of groups in the Canongate, Wardie School classes and other Edinburgh photographs.  These come from a collection of photographs built up initially by Johnni's late step father, together with other photos acquired more recently.

Craig Statham, formerly Whitehill, Dalkeith, Midlothian, for allowing me to reproduce some of his photographs of Midlothian.

Maggie Stephenson, Essex, England, for allowing me to reproduce the cover of one of her books published by Valentine & Sons, Dundee & London.

Steve for allowing me to reproduce a cabinet print of a lady in a doorway, taken, probably in the early 20th century by Photo Company, 5a Annandale Street, Edinburgh.

Steve, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia for allowing me to reproduce his photos of the gravestone of bagpipe maker and photographer, John Center.

Billy Steven, Bathgate, West Lothian, for allowing me to reproduce his photo that was awarded 1st Place in the Historic Section of the Forth Bridge Photography Competition, run in connection with the nomination for the Forth Bridge to become a World Heritage Site.

Diana Stevens for allowing the reproduction of detail from the back of a cabinet print by Turnbull & Sons of her g-g-g-grandparents.

Dianne Stevens, Madison, Wisconsin, USA, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of the cover of one of her books published by Valentine & Sons, 'Babes in the Wood'.

John D Stevenson, Trinity, Edinburgh - for old post cards of Leith Docks, and for a Remembrance to his great-grandfather, David Stevenson who drowned in the Firth of Forth in the Storm of 14 October 1881.

J L Stevenson.  Several railway photographs taken by the late JL Stevenson in and around Edinburgh, mainly in the 1950s and 1960s, have been reproduced on this site.  Thank you to JL Stevenson's son, Hamish, for allowing me to add copies of these photos to the EdinPhoto web site.

Alan Stewart, Dumfries, Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce his photos of Clermiston House, Edinburgh.

Dave Stewart -  Montrose, Angus, Scotland - for photograph of Rossie Castle

Dave Stewart -  Australia - for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his great-grandparents, taken at the studio of R Brown, Edinburgh and Aberdour.

Gordon Stewart, London, for allowing me to reproduce photographs by the Wishaw wild life photographer Charles Reid.

Davis Stewart, Richmond, British Columbia, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of two members of his family who used to live at Craigmillar, Edinburgh.

Davis is looking for any surviving members of this family.

John Stewart, Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland (formerly Leith, Edinburgh) -  who runs the 'Old Leither' web site and has written the booklet titled 'Leith Memories' for allowing me to reproduce some of his old photographs of Edinburgh and Leith.

Michael Stewart, Canterbury, Kent, England, for allowing me to reproduce photos of Platform Tickets and a wide variety of other Railway Tickets from the Edinburgh area, from his collection.

Moira Stewart, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce photos of a Lunn's furniture van and of Lunn's staff, both taken from a Lunn's pamphlet probably published in the 1930s.

Donald Stirling, Polmont, Falkirk, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce one of his photographs of Lothian Buses, taken in 2010.

John Stirling, Currie, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos of Edinburgh made from old glass slides that he rescued from being dumped in 1974.

Pippa Stocking and Dean Malpass for allowing me to reproduce two photos, one of sailing and one of a street scene, both possibly taken around 1928.  Dean is keen to discover where these photos were taken.

Ann Stoddart,  Trinity, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Edinburgh Tramways Football Club taken in 1912.  One of the team members in the photo is Ann's Grandad.

Robert Stoddart, Perth, Western Australia - for providing a copy of a photograph pupils at his old school, St Francis, Craigmillar, Edinburgh.

Marti Stoggell, Texas, USA for allowing me to reproduce photos of his membership cards for Edinburgh clubs and discos, and photos of Cowgate Edinburgh, taken around 1970 and in 2004.

Ronald Stout, Denmark, for allowing me to reproduce some of his Boys' Brigade badges from 8th Leith Boys' Brigade, Pilrig Church.

Brian Strange, Dumbarton, Dunbartonshire, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce drawings and text from his book 'Old Houses in Edinburgh', published 1905.

Jill Strobridge, Liberton, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce photos of a carved 'RIP stone' beside a ruined  building, possibly the old Craigmillar Fireworks Factory, that she took in 2014.

Carol Stubbs, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce her photographs taken at Hospitalfield House and South Queensferry, and also other photos from her collection, including one of a class at Wardie Primary School, taken in the mid-1950s.

Garry Stuckey, New Zealand - for providing a copy of a photograph of an oil painting by Frances Truefitt.

Maurice Sullivan, New Jersey, USA, for allowing me to reproduce one of his family photos taken at Lees' studio, Portobello, Edinburgh.

Summerlee Heritage Park, Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph on display at the museum.  The photo is of workers at A F Craig's works in Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland.  It was taken during WW1.

Angus Sutherland, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce pencil drawings and watercolours of Edinburgh scenes by the artist, Peter Ingram Weir

.June Sutherland, formerly of Lyne Street, Abbeyhill, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of the boxer Jackie Brown returning to a welcome home to Lyne Street with his Empire Games Gold Medal in 1954.

Paul Sutherland for allowing me to reproduce some of his father's photographs, including photos of Liberton Lawn Tennis Club taken in the mid-1960s, and also a photograph of his father playing in the Johnny Kildare Orchestra at the Palais de Dance in the 1960s.

Bev Sutton, Littlesea, Victoria, Australia, for allowing me to reproduce an image of her Milton House Primary School badge.

Brian Swanney, Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand for allowing me to reproduce photos taken at his home, 16 Crewe Crescent, Edinburgh.

Andrew Swanston, Sciennes, Edinburgh, professional photographer in Edinburgh from 1961 to 2010, for allowing me to reproduce photos, including one taken of David Ireland at Lorimer & Clark brewery, Edinburgh.

Mike Sweeney, Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce his photograph taken at Upper Viewcraig Row, Dumbiedykes

Nick Swindale, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce two of his photos taken at The Conspirators Café, near King's Theatre, Bruntsfield, Edinburgh.

George Syme, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England and his elder brother for allowing me to reproduce some of their photos of  the old cycle track at Craigour and the new cycle tracks at  Fernieside, both used by Liberton Lions  Cycle Speedway Club in the 1960s.

Jane Szepesi, Ottawa, Canada - for sending me family photographs from her sister, Mrs Walker, including one of three boys by Horsburgh of 4 West Maitland Street, Edinburgh.

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Jim Tait, Shetland, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce one of his oil paintings of ships.  More of Jim's paintings can be found on his Tait-Gallery web site.

John Tait, Craigmount, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos of Ginger, one of the St Cuthbert's Co-op milk delivery horses that he worked with in Edinburgh.

Wilma Tatnell, Australia, for allowing me to reproduce photographs of herself and others in Jean Carnie's Leith Ladies' Pipe Band.

Alan Taylor, Clitheroe, Lancashire, for allowing me to reproduce a portrait/ etching on silk, by James Bacon & Sons, of a 1920s lady.

Becky Taylor for allowing me to reproduce her photograph of Scotland Street Railway Coal Yard, now converted to a children's playground.

David Taylor, Polwarth, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce old photos of Edinburgh, including one of his family's shop at the foot of Arthur Street and one of Wells o' Wearie cottage, the house where his granny was born in 1863.

Graeme Taylor, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce some of his photographs of the Edinburgh Music Group of the 1960s, 'The Moonrakers'.  Graeme Taylor was a member of this group.

Ian Taylor, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce photos of classes from Towerbank School, Portobello.  The photos were taken in 1955 and 1956.

John Taylor, California, USA, for allowing me to reproduce a 1916 Christmas Postcard featuring a painting by Andrew Healey Hislop.

Joan Taylor (née Lamb), Burlington, Ontario, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of her class at Flora Stevenson School, taken in 1946.

Connie Telfer-Smith (née McJannett), Norfolk Island, South Pacific, for allowing me o reproduce a copy of an old Edinburgh tram ticket that she found being used as a bookmark in one of her grandfather's books.

Linda Temple, Rosyth, Fife, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce photographs of the Forth Road Bridge under construction in the early 1960s.  The photos were taken by Linda's dad.

Tempest Photography, St Ives, Cornwall, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a school class taken at Longstone Primary School, Edinburgh, and other Edinburgh schools.

TfL - Thank you to London Transport Museum, 39 Wellington Street, London WC2E 7BB for allowing me to reproduce three photographs of transport in Edinburgh taken from their TfL (Transport for London) collection.

Laurie Thompson, Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire, England, for allowing me to reproduce some of the photos that he took in 1964 of stations in Edinburgh, a photo that he took around 1964, of his Mum, her friend, and 'Jimmy the Milkman' standing outside the newsagent at Restalrig Road South, and also his photos of the refurbishment of the sands at Portobello in 1988.

Laurie Thompson, Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire, England, for allowing me to reproduce .

Nancy Thompson, New Hampshire, USA, for allowing me to reproduce a charcoal or pencil sketch of Charles Reid, the Wishaw photographer who gave lectures to Edinburgh Photographic Society.

Neil Thompson  -  for a painting by EW Dallas.

David Thomson, formerly of Craigmillar, Edinburgh, now living at Broughton, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce some of his old pictures of Edinburgh.

Ed Thomson, Glamis Castle, Angus Scotland, for permission to reproduce a photograph of him dressed for sports day at Wardie School, 1936.

Ian Thomson, Managing Director, United Wire for allowing me to reproduce photographs of workers, machinery and transport at United Wire Works, Granton.

Ian Thomson, Lilliesleaf, near Melrose, Scottish Borders, for allowing me to  reproduce photos of memorial plaques, including one to Tom Curr, all embedded in an old tree on an estate at Lilliesleaf in the Scottish Borders.

Ian Thomson, Lake Maquarie, New South Wales, Australia, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph including Murrayburn School, Sighthill, taken around 1944 and Broughton High School taken in 1949.

Maurice Thomson, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of 9 players from the Saughtonhall Boys' Club Football Team, winners of the Lothian Amateur Forsyth Cup (under 16) in 1944-45.

This photo was passed to me via Gordon Aitchison.

Michael Thomson, Gullane, East Lothian Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a section of a postcard held by Gullane & Dirleton History Society.  The view on the postcard includes a watch tower and a large house on the hill at Gullane, both of which were the subject of questions in the "Where is it? section of the EdinPhoto web site.

Pam Thomson for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of her grandmother's class at Abbeyhill Primary School, taken around 1947.

Artur Thorburn, Stockholm, Sweden, for permission to reproduce photographs of a magic lantern manufactured by E Lennie, Edinburgh.

Nick Tilley, Oakley, Hampshire, England. for allowing me to reproduce photographs from his collection, including early views of Scotland

'timandpep' for allowing me to reproduce one of his postcard portraits, from 'The Royal Studio', 128 Leith Street, Edinburgh.

Judy Tomlin, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce two photos of her mother, Annie Coyle, taken in the 1940s.  Annie attended Bonnington Primary School.

Wilma Tomlinson for allowing me to reproduce her photos of The Grassmarket and The Vennel steps, leading up from The Grassmarket, Edinburgh.

Richard Torrance, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce his photos of Edinburgh Old Town on the EdinPhoto web site.

Lenny Toshack, Leith, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce images of clubs and discos in Edinburgh in the 1960s.

Brien Towler, Australia, for permission to reproduce a number of photographs his  photographs taken in 1962, at South Queensferry and in Edinburgh while he was based at HMS Lochinvar at Port Edgar, South Queensferry.

Terry Tracey, London, for allowing me to reproduce his photo taken in 1969 of a railway station.  Is it Powderhall Station, Edinburgh?

Transport Treasury, Insch, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.  Thank you to Barry Hoper for allowing me to reproduce a few photos from his Transport Treasury collection.  Transport Treasury holds a large collection of railway negatives from many photographers, and holds the copyright on these images.

Kim Traynor, formerly of East Thomas Street, now living in Tollcross, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of his photographs and other images of Edinburgh.

Ramsay Tubb, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce his photo of a group of miners from Boness, possibly taken during the General Strike in 1926.

Elizabeth and Ron  Trubuhovich, Auckland, New Zealand

Kathleen Tulip, Northumberland, England, for allowing me to reproduce a portrait by J Bacon of a girl with book, surrounded by pictures of goblins and fairies.  This is one of several appealing images by J Bacon that I have seen.  Some are on silk.

Andy Tulloch, Craigmillar, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos of Craigmillar.

Anne Turnbull, Edinburgh, for allowing e to reproduce photos taken at Duddingston Camp, Edinburgh, between the late-1940s and 1953.

Bill Turner, Portobello, Edinburgh, for permission to include some of his old family photos, including photos of his father's shop in Corstorphine around 1920, and his grandfather on his tricycle in 1887.

Davy Turner, Craigmillar, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce photos of visiting cards for the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, used in 1967.

Valerie Turner, Esk, Queensland, Australia, for allowing me to reproduce some of her photographs taken in Colinton around 1945.

James Tworow, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, for permission to reproduce two photographs from Burlington studios in Edinburgh and a postcard from the 1911 Exhibition in Glasgow.

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Jim Vandepeear, York, Yorkshire, England for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos, including photos taken in Edinburgh in 1936 by his late brother-in-law.

Susan Varga, Central Library, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photo captioned 'Board School, Leith'.  The photo was probably taken some time between 1930 and 1947.  Susan hopes that somebody will be able to tell her which school this was, where it was and whether or not it still exists.

 Jennifer Vaughan for allowing me to reproduce the cover of a book 'The Children's Own Hymn Book' published by Valentine & Sons in 1909.

Victoria & Albert Museum,  London

Lisanne Valente, Slateford, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of her father teaching ten sets of twins in a class at St Cuthbert's RC Primary School, Slateford, in 1952.

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Steven Wakefield, Wigan, Greater Manchester, England, for allowing me to reproduce photos that he took in 1986 of railway lines being lifted from the route along the embankment beside Lower Granton Road on the line between Trinity Station and Granton Harbour, and a photo taken in 1978-79 of a train on the line between Granton Square and Granton Gasworks.

Alastair Walker  -  for Liberton post card

Mrs Walker, Scotland - for permission to reproduce family photographs including one of three boys by Horsburgh and a photograph of the Pentland family by Campbell Harper.

Scott Walker, London - for permission to reproduce his photograph from an old postcard, showing rope workers, possibly at Restalrig.

Walker Art Gallery,  Liverpool, The Board of Trustees of the National Museums & Galleries on Merseyside for permission to reproduce a painting by Daguerre.

Alan Walker, England, for allowing me to reproduce his photo titled ''Young Lynx in Mid Air' accepted  for the EPS Open Exhibition 2016 and reproduced by EPS on an exhibition poster.  This photo has  been added to the EdinPhoto web site with acknowledge-ment to Alan Walker and to Edinburgh Photographic Society.

Graeme Walker for allowing me to reproduce an old photograph of Greenland Mill on the Water of Leith, downstream from Dean Bridge, and also some old photos of Edinburgh taken on the morning after the Coronation of Edward VII.

Steve Walker for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a fire engine bell. Steve is hoping to discover more about this bell.

April Wallace, Clermiston, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph that she took of the floor tiles in the former Buttercup Dairy shop at Blackhall, Edinburgh.

Eileen Wallace for permission to reproduce a photograph of Bonnington Bridge taken from 55 West Bowling Green Street, Leith by her uncle.

Elspeth Wallace, Cambridge, Ontario, Canada;  originally from Stockbridge, Edinburgh for permission to reproduce photographs of Stockbridge and Comely Bank, Edinburgh.

Ian Wallace for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his 'Photographic Convention of the UK' badge.

Kevin Wallace, Clermiston, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph that he took of the floor tiles in the former Buttercup Dairy shop at Blackhall, Edinburgh.

Margaret Wallace, near Newhaven, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce some old photographs of Newhaven from her family collection.

Rod Wallace, Kincardine on Forth, Fife, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce his photograph of the sign for the wave making machine that used to operate at Portobello Open Air Bathing Pool.

Victor  Wallwork, Ottawa, Ontario, Australia for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a man in military uniform, from the studio of John McManus, Edinburgh.

Mark Walport, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of William Miller by J G Tunney. Mark has been researching the work of the line engraver William Miller, who is one of Mark's wife's ancestors.

Jackie Walsh (née Johnstone), Wallyford, East Lothian, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of her school class at Dr Bell's School, Great Junction Street, Leith, taken in 1954

Alan Wanstall,  Bonnyrigg, Midlothian, for permission to reproduce his postcards of Edinburgh.

Andy Wanstall, Swanston, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photo of Dumbiedykes Bowling Club taken in the 1920s and a photo of 28th Boys' Brigade Football Team taken at Cairntow Park, Craigmillar around 1960.

Anthony Ward, Camberley, Surrey, England for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his father's butcher's shop, Colonial Meat Co., in Edinburgh.

Stuart Wardell and Grant McKeeman, both of Copymade Ltd, West Maitland Street, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce some of their posters on the topic of 'Trams for Edinburgh'.

Colin M Warwick, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his class at Bruntsfield Primary School, taken in 1951.

Waterfront Edinburgh, Granton, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce, on this site, images in connection with the proposed Edinburgh Waterfront developments.

David Waters, Jersey, Channel Islands, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a painting by Horsburgh of his great great grandfather, James Hamilton, 9th Lord Belhaven & Stenton.

Alan Watson, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce his photograph of 4 young children on steps outside his mother's grocery shop at Albion Street, Edinburgh.

Eileen Watson for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of her mother's class at London Street School, taken in 1920.

Hugh Watson for allowing me to reproduce two photos that he took at Calder Road Roundabout in the 1970s.

Neil Watson, Peebles, Borders, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce his postcard of a family in a car, taken bu Claude Low in his studio at Waverley Market and other photos.

Stevie Watson, Buckstone, Edinburgh,  for allowing me to reproduce photos of North Merchiston School, Edinburgh, taken around 1993 and a photo of Barclay Church, Bruntsfield, Edinburgh, taken in the 1990s.

Andy Watt for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of the West End of Princes Street.  Andy asked a question about a shop in this photo.

John Watt, Australia, for allowing me to reproduce a note referring to two testimonials presented to his great great grand uncle (also John Watt) on his retirement in 1878 after working for more than 25 years for the Duke of Buccleuch at Granton Harbour and being Harbour Superintendent there for 17 years.

Joseph Watt, Skelton, York, Yorkshire, England for allowing me to reproduce photos of his school, James Gillespie's Boys' Primary School and of his home at St Leonard's Street, Edinburgh.

Rab Waugh, Queensland, Australia, for allowing me to reproduce photographs of groups of children at Dumbiedykes

Ian Webster, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce his set of postcards of Goldenacre published by Burns Stationery Depot, Goldenacre, Edinburgh

Randolph Webster, Newport on Tay, Fife, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his grandfather, Robert S Webster, taken by Randolph's father.

Paul Weddell for allowing me to reproduce photographs of himself, as a child, taken by his father in Edinburgh and Leith in the 1950s and 1960s.

Jan Weijers, Netherlands, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Calton Jail and Edinburgh Castle, taken probably around 1880, possibly by Thomas Vernon Begbie, a Daguerreotype by Ross & Thomson and other old photos of Edinburgh including photos by J Patrick and GW Wilson.

Richard Welburn, Lyn, Ontario, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce photos of the covers of some of his books published by Valentine & Sons.

Joe Wells, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his grandfather, J Arthur, wearing the walking-out uniform of a Captain in the 42nd Royal Highlanders, in which he served.  The photo was taken by Lafayette just before the 1st World War.

Sheryl Reed Wells for allowing me to reproduce a photograph from the studios of Parisian Photo Co, Edinburgh and Aberdour.

David Welsh, East Lothian, Scotland for allowing me to reproduce photographs of Saughton Mains Gardens, Edinburgh, taken in 1977.

Linda Wevill for providing an entry to the 2010 International Exhibition of Photography, hosted by Edinburgh Photographic Society.  Her photo, 'Not Stopping Today' is one of about 200 photos accepted for the 2010 Exhibition and was one of three photos chosen to be included on posters to promote the exhibition.  The photo was also chosen for the cover of the Exhibition Catalogue.

Alan Wilson, Trinity, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of the grave stone of the Edinburgh professional photographer, Peter Devine.

Alastair Whitefor allowing me to reproduce some postcards from the company J B White of Dundee.  This company was founded by Alastair's grandfather.

Eric WhiteEdinburgh Photogrpahic Society,, for allowing me to reproduce his photograph of Victoria Street, Edinburgh that appeared on the cover of the Catalogue for the 2006 EPS International Exhibition of Photography.

Frank White, Blackley, Manchester, England, for allowing me to reproduce a photo of Poor Clare's Convent, Lasswade Road, Liberton, Edinburgh, where his great aunt was a nun between 1955 and 1959.

Jimmy White, Loanhead, Midlothian, for allowing me to reproduce some of his photographs of Gilmerton from the 1950s.

Nick White for allowing me to reproduce photos of one of his Photographic View Albums published by Valentine & Sons.

Barry Whitelaw, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, England for allowing me to reproduce an old photo of Otto Goll's Barber's Shop at 28 Raeburn Place, Stockbridge, Edinburgh.

Scott Whitelaw, Whitelaw Photography, Gorgie, Edinburgh. for allowing me to reproduce a  hand-tinted image of Craigmillar.

Alastair Whitwell, Penicuik, Midlothian, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a class at Trinity Primary School, taken around 1960.

R Whyte, for allowing me to reproduce copies of his photos from the  relating to Canaan House, Edinburgh, and a photo of a group of staff at the SMT Bus Garage, Edinburgh.

Phil Wild, Saddleworth, Greater Manchester, England, for allowing me to reproduce photos of a cabinet print showing railway workers and an old railway locomotive.  Phil is wondering where and when this photo might have been taken.

Maurice Wilkins, for allowing me to reproduce his photograph of the house, Croft-an-Righ, taken in September 2006.  Maurice lived in this house from 1873 until 1976 while working as a gardener at Holyrood Palace.

Jack Williams ('Sarge'), New Albany, Indiana, USA for allowing me to reproduce a photograph, taken in 1961,  looking down on Edinburgh from Salisbury Crags.  This is one of the photos that Jack has added to the Flickr web site.

Eddie Williamson,  Pickering, Ontario, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph taken by his mother in 1945 at 'Mons Meg', the cannon at Edinburgh Castle.

Kenneth G Williamson, Silverknowes, Edinburgh, for permission to reproduce photographs of Edinburgh railways, including trains on the Caledonian line at Granton, and other photos of trains.

Margaret Williamson (née Hay), Moline, Illinois, USA, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph taken in her back green at 41 Leven Street, Tollcross in 1970, and other photos from her family collection.

Norman James Williamson, Dauphin, Manitoba, Canada, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a Portobello Primary School class, taken in 1946.

Yvonne Wills for allowing me to reproduce a Jerome photo of her mother, converted to become a jigsaw.

Alan Wilson, Trinity, Edinburgh for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of the grave stone of the Edinburgh professional photographer, Peter Devine.

Alex Wilson, Leith for allowing me to reproduce his photo of  the Eldorado Ballroom, Leith - on fire!

Alice Wilson, Christchurch, New Zealand, for allowing me to reproduce three of her photos of children who lived at Ferrier Street, Leith.  These photos were taken in 1958.

Alistair Wilson Cessnock, New South Wales, Australia, for allowing me to reproduce a photo of his mother and others serving in 425th Division during World War II.

Allan Wilson, South of France, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of his Primary 7 class at Moray House school, taken around 1958.

Andrew Wilson, Leith, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of Broughton Star Football Club, the club that his father captained.  The photo was taken in season 1945-46.

Forbes Wilson, Guildford, Surrey  -  for permission to include a photograph of a trawler, possibly at Middle Pier, Granton.  Forbes is attempting to discover which trawler this is and where the photograph was taken.

Harry Wilson, Melton South, Victoria, Australia, for allowing me to reproduce photographs of a Kodak No 5 Cartridge camera that he has been restoring.

Jan Wilson, Tweedbank, Borders, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a Craiglockhart class, taken around 1950.

John Wilson, Edinburgh, for permission to include some of his photographs of Edinburgh taken in the mid-20th century.

John Wilson, Slateford, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce his photos, taken in 2012, of the site of the former railway station at Portobello.

John Wilson, Somerset, for permission to include photographs of fish delivery lorries at Newhaven, Edinburgh.

Phil Wilson, Aberdeen, Scotland - formerly Edinburgh  -  for permission to reproduce images including a railway photograph taken on Victoria Day, and photos of SMT New Street Bus Depot and Logie Green Road, a photo of Middleton House and photos of the Forth Rail Bridge under construction

Peter Wilson, Chalfont St Peter, Buckinghamshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce images from his book, 'Lancashire and Lakeland', published by Valentine & Sons.

Stuart Wilson, Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland, for allowing me to reproduce a photo taken from his home at 81 Grove Street in 1959.

Sylvia Wilson (née Murray), Northamptonshire, England, for allowing me to reproduce a 1940 photograph of her mother and her late sister outside their house at 21 Greenside Row.

Winifred Wilson, Dumfries, Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland, Librarian of The Arthur Ransome Society for allowing me to reproduce photos from  for allowing me to reproduce images from a slim book by Jessie Patrick Findlay, called In the footsteps of R.L.S., published by W.P. Nimmo, Hay, & Mitchell, Edinburgh, in 1911, illustrated from photographs by John Patrick.

Aaron Winfield for allowing me to reproduce his photographs of plaques to William Younger employees, taken in Canongate Kirk grounds.

Andy Wishart, Staffordshire, England for allowing me to reproduce photographs of his group, 'The Andy Russell Seven', taken at 'The Place' in the 1960s, and of his earlier group, 'The Blackjacks'.

Reginald Witsch, Cologne, Germany, for allowing me to reproduce photos of his photographic Wallet, issued by JB Watson, Edinburgh, in 1937.

David Wolfenden, a Member of Edinburgh Photographic Society for allowing me to reproduce his photo titled 'Grey Sal Pup, used on the poster advertising the EPS Annual Exhibition of Photos, displayed in the Fine Art Library at Edinburgh Central LIbrary, George IV Bridge, Edinburgh, in November 2011 AND his photo that appeared on the cover of the EPS Open Exhibition catalogue, 2013 AND ALSO his photo Waxwing Feeding that was used on a poster for the EPS Annual Exhibition of Photos, displayed in the Fine Art Library at Edinburgh Central LIbrary in November 2015.

Christopher Wood for allowing me to reproduce his photographs of Ferranti Apprentices and pupils at Daniel Stewart's College.

Anne Wood for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a shop at 3 Gorgie Cottages belonging to her her Great Aunt Jemima.

June Wood (née Robertson). Central Coast, California, USA, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of a school class at James Clark School, Edinburgh, taken in 1949.

Michael Woodley for allowing me to reproduce the front and back of a 1919 postcard featuring a photo by E W Parken of 22 Dalry Road, Edinburgh.

Gordon Wright for allowing me to reproduce some of his photos, including  a photo of a large group at Piershill Square West gathered to celebrate the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth in 1953.

Jean Robertson Wright, Adelaide, South Australia, for allowing me to reproduce a photograph of her mother's class at Dean Village school, taken around 1930.

Scott Wright for allowing me to reproduce photos, including some of his photos of the Lothian & Borders Fire Brigade's Line Rescue Team and of the fire at Bruce Peebles.

Richard H Wright, Balmain, New South Wales, Australia  -  for permission to include a lithograph view of Edinburgh from the south by Waller H Paton RSA

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The Yerbury Family,  Edinburgh

Tom Yanul, Oak Lawn, Illinois, USA, for allowing me to reproduce an old photograph of John Knox House in the Royal MIle, Edinburgh, and early photographs of photographers.

Archie Young, Moredun, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce old views of Gilmerton, once a village about 4 miles SE of the centre of Edinburgh and within the Edinburgh boundary.

Roddy Young for allowing me to reproduce photographs of invoices from the businesses run by his father and mother in Gilmerton, Edinburgh.

Lynn Youngson, Turriff, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, for permission to reproduce a photograph of a steam roller from Midlothian, Scotland, now owned by Lynn's family.

Douglas Yuill, Blackhall, Edinburgh, for allowing me to reproduce photos of trams and railways around Edinburgh

Some of the photos reproduced have been digitally restored -  e.g. removal of scratches and other blemishes.

 

  Acknowledgements

 

Thanks to the visitors to EdinPhoto by  CONTINENT

 

Thanks to the visitors to EdinPhoto by  DATE OF FIRST VISIT

 

Thanks for emails + GuestBook entries:   EDINBURGH,     BRITAIN,     WORLD

 

Thanks to those who helped me with my RESEARCH

 

Thanks to those who have allowed me to add their PICTURES + DOCUMENTS

 

Thanks for details provided by DESCENDANTS of early photographers

 

Thanks to those who have given me access to their COLLECTIONS

 

Some of the photos reproduced have been digitally restored -  e.g. removal of scratches and other blemishes.

 

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