Other Princes Street Photos

Princes Street

Looking East 

GW Wilson  -  1860s

View to the East from Waverley 

Carte de Visite

Carte de Visite  -  Princes Street  -  Photographer: GW Wilson

  Reproduced by courtesy of National 
Galleries of Scotland.
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Here is a carte de visite of Princes Street, taken around 1860 by George Washington Wilson of Aberdeen.  The photograph above is a cut-down version taken from a stereo pair.

Wilson took several photographs from this position, including the one below.  Please click on this photo to see a larger image.

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Thumbnail images of Princes Street

For more photos of Princes Street please click on a link below:

Princes Street: looking E

Princes Street: looking N

Princes Street: looking S

Princes Street: looking W

These pages include photos taken several locations, including:

The Scott Monument

The North British Hotel

Calton Hill

 

A Small Selection of Early Photos of Princes Street

Looking East - from The Mound

1840s

Edinburgh Calotype Album

Looking East - from Frederick Street

1858

WD Clark

Looking East - from Waverley

1859

GW Wilson

Looking East - from Waverley

1860s

GW Wilson  (carte de visite)

Looking East - from Waverley

1890s

JCH Balmain (horse drawn tram)

Looking East - from The West End

1902

JCH Balmain 

Looking East - from Scott Monument

1912

Inglis

Looking East - from Scott Monument

1920

Inglis

Looking East - from Scott Monument

1930

Inglis

Looking West - from North British Hotel

1850s

JG Tunny

Looking West - from Princes St. East End

1860s

GW Wilson

Looking West - From Scott Monument

c.1880

JG Tunny ?

Looking West - from North British Hotel

c.1900

Inglis

Looking West - from North British Hotel

c.1940

Inglis

Looking North - from top of The Mound

c.1865

W Horsburgh

 

 

 

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