Advocate's Close

Advocate's Close is one of the Royal Mile closes.  These closes are narrow lanes on either side of the Royal Mile.  They pass between the high buildings and emerge into the Royal Mile.

 

Advocate's Close -  August 2002

Three images from the same negative

Photograph by Peter Stubbs  -  August 2002  -  View looking out of Advocate's Close into the High Street opposite St Gilse Church  -  Picture 1

Advocate's Close - 1

Photograph by Peter Stubbs  -  August 2002  -    Advocate's Close leading into the High Street opposite St Giles Church  -  Picture 2

Advocate's Close - 2

Photograph by Peter Stubbs  -  August 2002  -  Advocate's Close leading into the High Street opposite St Giles Church  -  Picture 3

Advocate's Close - 3

 

Photograph by

Thomas Vernon Begbie

Engraving from 'Old & New Edinburgh'  -  Advocate's Close

Advocate's Close

Late 1850s

 

Post Cards

Advocates' Close, off the Royal Mile  -  Postcard  -  W J Hay  -  'Knox series'

Advocate's Close

Looking down

WJ Hay

Advocates' Close off the Royal Mile, Edinburgh  -  looking up  -  Postcard  -  W J Hay  -  'Knox series'

Advocate's Close

Looking up

W J Hay

Postcard in the style of an oil painting  -  Advocates Close

Advocate's Close

Unknown publisher

 

Map

Please click here to find Advocate's Close on a map of the Royal Mile.

The Royal Mile - with closes numbered - from an 1817 Edinburgh Guidebook.

The Royal Mile - with closes numbered - from an 1817 Edinburgh Guidebook

It is No. 139, near the centre of  this map on the right hand side.

 

Other Edinburgh Closes

  

 

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