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Tron Kirk before the South Bridge was opened

Skene, James, 1827, Watercolour
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Tron Kirk before the South Bridge was opened
Tron Kirk before the South Bridge was opened
Tron Kirk before the South Bridge was opened
Tron Kirk before the South Bridge was opened
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Tron Kirk before the South Bridge was opened
The Tron Kirk, with its gothic and classical architectural elements, on the Royal Mile, Edinburgh. People enter through a monumental round arched doorway, which is situated between round arched tracery windows with a tall clocktower above. In the street below people are riding in horses and carriages or walking past the arcades. On the rooftop, two people have climbed up the chimney.
1827
25 x 19 cm.
Edinburgh and Scottish Collection
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