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The Scott Monument in Edinburgh

The Scott Monument in Edinburgh

A topographical carte-de-visite showing a view of the Scott Monument in Edinburgh, with the National Gallery of Scotland in the middle distance and Edinburgh Castle dominating the skyline in the background.

The ghostly figures of several pedestrians can be seen walking along Princes Street on the right, as well as the premises of gun and rifle maker Joseph Harkom at 32 Princes Street and the premises of Sturrock and Sons, 'perfumers and hairdressers to the Queen,' at 33 Princes Street.

Photographed by A. Burns of Edinburgh.

Code: 126738

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