Other Streets in New Town, Edinburgh Photos

Queen Street is the northernmost east-west street in New Town, Edinburgh. The most significant structure on this mostly residential & park lined street is the National Portrait Gallery of Scotland. Other cute New Town alleys like Rose run between major streets like George and Princes.

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National Portrait Gallery of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Sculpted facade of National Portrait Gallery of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.2 York Buildings on Queen Street. Edinburgh, Scotland.Early 19th & late 18th century heritage buildings on York Place in New Town. Edinburgh, Scotland.
National Portrait Gallery of Scotland (1889) (Queen St.). Edinburgh, Scotland. Style: Neo-Gothic. Architect: Sir Robert Rowand Anderson. Sculpted facade of National Portrait Gallery of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland. 2 York Buildings (1875) on Queen Street. Edinburgh, Scotland. Architect: Robert Raeburn.Early 19th & late 18th century heritage buildings on York Place in New Town. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Broughton Streetscape with early 18th C heritage buildings. Edinburgh, Scotland.St Paul's & St George's Church. Edinburgh, Scotland.Towers of St Paul's & St George's Church. Edinburgh, Scotland.Giant foot of Manuscript of Monte Cassino sculpture group by Eduardo Paolozzi. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Broughton Streetscape with early 18th C heritage buildings. Edinburgh, Scotland.St Paul's & St George's (Scottish Episcopal) Church (1816-8) (York Place). Edinburgh, Scotland. Architect: Archibald Elliott.Towers of St Paul's & St George's Church (1816-8) (York Place). Edinburgh, Scotland.Giant foot of Manuscript of Monte Cassino sculpture group (1991) by Eduardo Paolozzi. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Merchants Hall. Edinburgh, Scotland.Pediment over entrance of Merchants Hall. Edinburgh, Scotland.Hanover Street streetscape with Monument to visit of George IV to Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.37 Rose Street Robertsons bar & office building. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Merchants Hall (1865-6) (22 Hanover St,). Edinburgh, Scotland. Architect: David Bryce Jr.Pediment over entrance of Merchants Hall (1865-6) (22 Hanover St,). Edinburgh, Scotland.Hanover Street streetscape with Monument to visit of George IV to Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.37 Rose Street Robertsons bar & office building (1898). Edinburgh, Scotland. Architect: P.L. Henderson.
Rose Street, a concept of master plan of New Town to add frontage between grand boulevards of George & Princes Streets. Edinburgh, Scotland.Standing Order Free House 71 Rose Street entrance. Edinburgh, Scotland.Frederick Street with William Pitt statue 1833 by Sir Francis Chantrey. Edinburgh, Scotland.Stonework of buildings on Rose Street. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Rose Street, a concept of master plan of New Town to add frontage between grand boulevards of George & Princes Streets. Edinburgh, Scotland.Standing Order Free House 71 Rose Street entrance. Edinburgh, Scotland.Frederick Street with William Pitt statue 1833 by Sir Francis Chantrey. Edinburgh, Scotland.Stonework of buildings on Rose Street. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Flowers on Kenilworth building pub on Rose Street. Edinburgh, Scotland.Castle Street in New Town. Edinburgh, Scotland.Castle Street in New Town with Thomas Chalmers statue. Edinburgh, Scotland.Edinburgh Castle see from Castle Street in New Town. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Flowers on Kenilworth building pub on Rose Street. Edinburgh, Scotland.Castle Street in New Town. Edinburgh, Scotland.Castle Street in New Town with Thomas Chalmers statue. Edinburgh, Scotland.Edinburgh Castle see from Castle Street in New Town. Edinburgh, Scotland.
One of regular circular lanes running off Rose Street. Edinburgh, Scotland.Flowers on Shoogly Peg pub on Rose Street. Edinburgh, Scotland.Wall clock with drinking toucan over Dirty Dicks pub on159 Rose Street. Edinburgh, Scotland.
One of regular circular lanes running off Rose Street. Edinburgh, Scotland.Flowers on Shoogly Peg pub on Rose Street. Edinburgh, Scotland.Wall clock with drinking toucan over Dirty Dicks pub on159 Rose Street. Edinburgh, Scotland.

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