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Old Cramond by Peter & William J Scholes

50Picturesque and historic Cramond is the site of the earliest recorded settlement in Scotland, and several millennia later was occupied by Romans....

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Old Currie, Balerno & Juniper Green by George Monies

An illustrated history of these three areas of west Edinburgh, featuring 53 rare period photographs taken in the days when each was a village in its own right and not just a suburb of the city....

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Old Dalkeith By Rhona Wilson

50 pages of old photographs from around the turn of the 20th century to the 1960`s....

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Old Dalry in Edinburgh by Malcolm Cant

The 48 pages of Old Dalry feature a series of atmospheric pictures illustrating all aspects of life in this part of Edinburgh. ...

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Old Dunbar By David Anderson

50 pages of old photographs from about 1880 to just before the 2nd World War....

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Old Edinburgh views from above by John A Jones

This collection of photographs dating from 1930 are among the earliest aerial views of the city ever taken. Lost for over fifty years, they show how the city has changed....

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Old Fauldhouse By William F Hendrie

50 pages of old photographs of this small township, includes a number of old group photographs of children, teams and galas ...

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Old Gullane, Aberlady, Dirleton and Drem by Donald Lindgren

Within an area widely considered to be a golfer’s paradise and where the game has been taught and played since the 1600s, these four villages are steeped in many other kinds of history as well. Aberlady dates to the seventh century, when a chapel was built there facilitating traffic between Iona and Lindisfarne....

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Old Haddington by Craig Statham

Detailed captions accompany this collection of old photographs of Haddington, the East Lothian market town....

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Old Lasswade and Bonnyrigg By Oliver Van Helden

Just over 50 pages of old photographs views and streets of Lasswade and Bonnyrigg....

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Old Leith By Guthrie Hutton

Over 50 pages of old photographs of the Burgh of Leith , includes Newhaven....

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Old Linlithgow By Bruce Jamieson

Old Linlithgow combines a charming collection of photographs with excellent research and local knowledge....

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Old Loanhead by Craig Statham

At one time Loanhead was a thriving, distinct and self-sufficient community, with a local industry revolving around coal mining and steel. ...

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Old Mid & East Calder by William F Hendrie

Mid and East Calder are attractive small towns that are rich in history and were lucky enough to be photographed by an outstanding local photographer. ...

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Old Murrayfield and Corstorphine by Robin Sherman

Despite not being developed extensively until the 1860s, these districts on Edinburgh's western fringe are rich in history. ...

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Old Musselburgh by Donald Lindgren

This varied collection of photographs includes extensive coverage of Fisherrow and its fishing community, as well as pictures of the racecourse. ...

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Old Newtongrange, Gorebridge & Rosewell By Rhona Wilson

Over 50 pages of old photographs of those wonderful small villages. ...

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Old North Berwick By Bruce Jamieson

50 pages of old photographs of this Royal Burgh seaside resort township. ...

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Old Peebles by Rhona Wilson

This lively history also includes photographs of the station and viaduct over the Tweed before Peebles sadly lost its railway link in the late 1960s....

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Old Penicuik by William F Hendrie

The attractive town of Penicuik was an early centre for paper-making, with several large mills built in the eighteenth century. ...

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Old Portobello By Margeorie Mekie

50 pages of old photographs of this seaside town amalgamated with Edinburgh. Contains many group photos and scenes of the area....

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Old Ratho by William F Hendrie

Although Ratho has a church dating from Norman times, the village really began to prosper in the early nineteenth century when the Union Canal was cut. ...

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Old Roslin by Winnie Stevenson & Veronica Meikle

Believed to have been founded in AD 199, it was the establishment of the world-famous Rosslyn Chapel in 1446 which really put Roslin on the map. ...

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Old South Queensferry, Dalmeny and Blackness by Fiona Grant

No book on South Queensferry would be complete without a picture of the Forth Railway Bridge so there is one on the cover! Inside there is a good selection on the town....

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Old Tollcross, Morningside & Swanson by Malcolm Cant

The populous districts of Tollcross, Bruntsfield and Morningside are illustrated in the days when the cable tramway still operated, with more recent photographs showing their successors, the electric trams, shortly before their removal in the 1950s....

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