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Bygone Leith by Guthrie Hutton

Bygone Leith compliments Guthrie Hutton's previous book, Old Leith, and features a selection of photographs illustrating this historic district....

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Dalkeith Since the War by Craig Stratham

Dalkeith emerged from the second world war as a town undergoing enormous changes. The Woodburn housing estate was being built to the south....

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Early Railways of Dalkeith by Brian Scott

A Pictorial of the early railways of Dalkeith....

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East Lothian Villages by David Anderson

This book covers a huge area of East Lothian with photographs of the following villages: Burnfoot, Stenton, Cockenzie, Port Seton, Oldhamstocks....

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Edinburgh Last Days of Steam by W.A.C. Smith

Railway services in Edinburgh began in earnest in 1846 and for 12 year thereafter the Scottish capital enjoyed major national rail links....

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Edinburgh's Trams:The Last Years. North Vol.1 by R.J.S. Wiseman

Richard Wiseman took extensive photographs of Edinburgh's tramways between 1952 and 1955, shortly before the network's closure on 16th November 1956...

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Edinburgh's Trams. The Last Year. East Vol.4 by R.J.S Wiseman

Richard Wiseman's photographs of Edinburgh's tramways taken between 1952 and 1955, shortly before the network's closure on 16 November 1956....

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Edinburgh's Trams. The Last Years. South Vol.2 by R.J.S. Wiseman

Richard Wiseman's photographs of Edinburgh's tramways taken between 1952 and 1955, shortly before the network's closure on 16 November 1956....

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Edinburgh's Trams. The Last Years.West Vol.3 by R.J.S. Wiseman

Richard Wiseman's photographs of Edinburgh's tramways taken between 1952 and 1955, shortly before the network's closure on 16 November 1956....

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Forth and Clyde Canal, The comeback canal. by Guthrie Hutton

This is the follow up to Guthrie Hutton's 1991 book a Forth and Clyde Canal (now out of print)....

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Lost Railways of the Borders by W.A.C. Smith

This book recalls the lines, including the Waverly line, and the branch lines as they once existed in the nineteenth fifties and sixties before..........

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Lost Railways of the Lothians by Gordon Stansfield

With Edinburgh as its hub, the combined area of West, Mid and East Lothian once hosted a considerable railway network....

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Mining in the Lothians by Guthrie Hutton

3 A story of mining in the Lothians, East and West. Full of fascinating detail and photographs....

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Old Armadale and Blackridge by John Hood

This title showcases the villages of Armadale and Blackridge during their most prosperous period in the earl twentieth century....

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Old Bathgate by Sybil Cavanagh

A comprehensive tour round old Bathgate, with a first -rate text by local studies librarian Sybil Cavanagh, which is a joy to read...

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Old Broxburn and Uphall by Peter Morton

50 pages of old photographs from 1890's - 1950's ...

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Old Colinton by Peter Gray

50 pages of old photographs of the village and surrounding area, incl churches & large houses, also includes Juniper Green ....

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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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