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Re-opening of St Giles Cathedral, May 1883

Wilson, George Washington, 1883, Photograph
Re-opening of St Giles Cathedral, May 1883
Re-opening of St Giles Cathedral, May 1883
Re-opening of St Giles Cathedral, May 1883
Re-opening of St Giles Cathedral, May 1883
Library Item
3275
Re-opening of St Giles Cathedral, May 1883, procession of clergymen
A view of the west side of St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh on the occasion of the re-opening in 1883. The ornately carved entrance is surrounded by an awning draped with flags. A procession of clergymen files into the cathedral.
There are two rows of soldiers in highland dress consisting of kilt and bearskin hat. They carry rifles. There are other men wearing top hats and tailcoats and carrying canes watching the procession. In the foreground is a horse and carriage.
1883
26.1 x 18.9 cm
Edinburgh and Scottish Collection
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