Michael Laing (rock_dinosaur) wrote,
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The Scott Monument


A view along Jeffrey Street from the Netherbow port towards the Governor's House of Calton Jail on 19th February, 2003.


A view along Jeffrey Street from the Netherbow port towards the Governor's House of Calton Jail on 19th February, 2003.


LRT No. 4, open-top ex-London Transport AEC Routemaster No. RM90, operating a Mac Tours sight-seeing tour heading southbound at the top of North Bridge, 19th February, 2003.


An eastward view in Princes Street Gardens towards the Scott Monument on 19th February, 2003.


Edinburgh Castle viewed in silhouette from the Scott Monument on 19th February, 2003.


A westward view along Princes Street from the Scott Monument on 19th February, 2003.


A westward view along Princes Street from the Scott Monument on 19th February, 2003.


An eastward view towards the Balmoral Hotel, Waterloo Place and Calton Hill from the Scott Monument on 19th February, 2003.


An eastward view towards the Balmoral Hotel, Waterloo Place and Calton Hill from the Scott Monument on 19th February, 2003.


A south-eastward view towards Arthur's Seat and Salisbury Crags from the Scott Monument on 19th February, 2003.


A southward view towards the Old Town, with the crown-spire of St. Giles Cathedral on the skyline, from the Scott Monument on 19th February, 2003.


Gargoyles on the Scott Monument, 19th February, 2003.


A gargoyle on the Scott Monument, 19th February, 2003.


Old graffiti on the Scott Monument, 19th February, 2003.


An eastward view from the Scott Monument towards the Balmoral Hotel on 19th February, 2003.


North Bridge, Edinburgh, and Salisbury Crags and Arthur's Seat viewed from the Scott Monument, 19th February, 2003.


A southward view from the Scott Monument towards the Old Town on 19th February, 2003.


A westward view from the Scott Monument towards the Royal Scottish Academy, with the Caledonian Hotel on the skyline, 19th February, 2003.


Graffiti from a far-flung place seen on the Scott Monument, 19th February, 2003.


The Scott Monument viewed from below on 19th February, 2003.


The Scott Monument viewed from below on 19th February, 2003.
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