‘Views of Edinburgh with Guide Book’, J. Nelson & Sons (1884).

This book contains a lot of very specific information in a bid to make Edinburgh completely available to tourists. There are distances recorded between various parts of the city, prices for entry to all the attractions, and prices you can expect to pay for carriage fares. Everything has been meticulously entered into this fabulous wee book along with fantastic pictures in and around Scotland’s capital city.

 

ViewsOfEdinburgh

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), Front Cover.

ViewsOfEdinburgh1

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “Sir Walter Scotts Monument and Princes Street, Edinburgh” & publisher’s page (incl. quote by Sir David Wilkie.), pp.1 & 2.

ViewsOfEdinburgh2

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), Contents Page, p.6.

ViewsOfEdinburgh4

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “The City of Edinburgh” (Map) & “Edinburgh and its Neighbourhood.” (General Information Introduction) with “Arthur’s Seat from the Meadows.”, pp. 5 & 6.

ViewsOfEdinburgh5

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “The Wellington Monument.” & “The Royal Institution.”, pp.16 & 17.

ViewsOfEdinburgh6

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “John Knox’s Study.”, p.19.

ViewsOfEdinburgh7

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “Moray House.” & “The High School.”, pp.20 & 21.

ViewsOfEdinburgh8

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “The Burns Monument.”, p.22.

ViewsOfEdinburgh9

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “Newhaven Fishwives.”, p.26.

ViewsOfEdinburgh10

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “The University.”, p.29.

ViewsOfEdinburgh11

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “Greyfriars’ Churches.”, p.33.

ViewsOfEdinburgh12

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “Great Hall, Parliament House.” & “Parliament Square.”, pp.34 & 35.

ViewsOfEdinburgh13

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “Plate on Knox’s Grave.” & John Knox with Signature, p.36.

ViewsOfEdinburgh13a

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), Map of Edinburgh and the Wider Suburbs, p.37.

ViewsOfEdinburgh14

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “Roslin Castle.” & “Interior of Roslin Chapel.”, pp.40 & 41.

ViewsOfEdinburgh15

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “The Calton Hill”, p.46.

ViewsOfEdinburgh16

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “An Old Edinburgh Close.”, p.54.

ViewsOfEdinburgh17

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “The Fountain, Holyrood Palace.”, p.56.

ViewsOfEdinburgh18

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “West Front of Holyrood Abbey Church.” & “Queen Mary’s Bath, Holyrood.”, pp.58 &59.

ViewsOfEdinburgh19

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “Heriot’s Hospital.”, p.60.

ViewsOfEdinburgh20

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “Edinburgh from the Calton Hill.”, p.65.

ViewsOfEdinburgh21

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “Post Office, Register House and Calton Hill – Edinburgh.”, p.67.

ViewsOfEdinburgh22

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “Princes Street Edinburgh. Looking West -“, p.69.

ViewsOfEdinburgh22a

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “The Castle from the Grassmarket Edinburgh”, p.71.

ViewsOfEdinburgh23

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “New Town Edinburgh, from the Castle -“, p.73.

ViewsOfEdinburgh23a

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “St. Giles’ Cathedral and High Street – Edinburgh.”, p.75.

ViewsOfEdinburgh24

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “John Knox’s House and Canongate – Edinburgh.”, p.77.

ViewsOfEdinburgh25

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “Old Tolbooth and Canongate – Edinburgh.”, p.79.

ViewsOfEdinburgh26

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “Arthur Seat and Salisbury Crags – Edinburgh.”, p.81.

ViewsOfEdinburgh27

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “Holyrood Palace – Edinburgh.”, p.83.

ViewsOfEdinburgh28

‘Views of Edinburgh’, J. Nelson & Sons. (1884), “Holyrood Chapel Edinburgh”, p.85.

 

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s