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View of arched entrance to Sugarhouse Close through 154-166 Canongate, Edinburgh, from N.

DP 158603

Description View of arched entrance to Sugarhouse Close through 154-166 Canongate, Edinburgh, from N.

Date 24/7/2013

Collection RCAHMS

Catalogue Number DP 158603

Category On-line Digital Images

Scope and Content This shows the mid-19th-century, three-storeyed tenement at 154-166 Canongate. This tenement has shops at ground-floor level, and a central arched pend which leads to Sugarhouse Close to the rear. This central bay has a two-storeyed oriel window at first and second floor which projects on stone brackets above the central pend. The crowstepped gable above is topped with a star-shaped finial. The Victorian timber shop fronts are relatively unaltered, and the tenement has retained its original eight- and 12-paned timber sash and case windows throughout.


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