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A historical trip across Scotland. Fantastic project for The Scotsman and Scotland on Sunday. Five supplements tells about all important dates and the history dated from 340 million BC up to today. Printed inserts starts at The Scotsman from 14 January 2012 for five days. Edinburgh History of Scottish Cities – Edinburgh, designed for and […]
Edwardian Scotland was one of the series of historical photo supplements, two part supplement designed for The Scotsman ans Scotland on Sunday in September 2011. Edwardian Scotland – Part 1. Designed for Johnston Press. Edwardian Scotland – Part 2. Designed for Johnston Press. see also – Victorian Scotland supplements
Victorian Scotland was two part supplement designed for The Scotsman ans Scotland on Sunday in October 2011. Fantastic project, one of my favorites so far in terms of photographic documentation about Scotland in XIX century… Victorian Scotland – Part 1. Designed for Johnston Press. Victorian Scotland – Part 2. Designed for Johnston Press. see also […]
George IV Bridge is an elevated street in Edinburgh, Scotland. Measuring 300-metres in length, the bridge was constructed between 1829 and 1834 as part of the Improvement Act of 1827. Named for King George IV, it was designed by architect Thomas Hamilton (1784 – 1858), to connect the South Side district of Edinburgh to the […]
The Grassmarket is a small area of central Edinburgh, Scotland, named after the old market square at its heart. In relation to the rest of the city the area is a hollow, well below surrounding ground levels. Most buildings are Victorian but some, such as the White Hart Inn and its encompassing tenement are early […]
Tenements at Chessel’s Court in the Canongate, Edinburgh was build in 1745. Photos here showing the difference of 44 years as the photos are dated 1966 after area redevelopment and 2011.
thinking old days – then and now collection from Edinburgh Inspired by Historypin website will try to show how places looked in the past and how they change today. Being Edinburgh based photographer and graphic designer will start in Scotland’s capital. White Horse Close This was the site of the Royal Mews in the sixteenth […]