tarboat

tarboat

Posted on 06/18/2015


Photo taken on June 16, 2015



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Police Box

Police Box
The Edinburgh police boxes are of a type unique to the city. They were designed by former city architect Ebenezer MacRae between 1931 and 1933. Featuring the city crest and Saltire-patterned mouldings, they were designed to complement the classical architecture of the Capital. MacRae created 85 in total, and they were made of cast iron at the Carron foundry near Falkirk. Around half of the slope-roofed structures measuring just 1.98 metres by 1.37m with a ridge height of around 2.74m are listed. No longer needed by the police, the boxes have now been sold off and some converted to commercial use. This example stands on Lawnmarket.

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Fortescue38
Fortescue38
And was The Doctor anywhere about?
2 years ago.
tarboat has replied to Fortescue38
It looked much bigger inside! ;-)
2 years ago.