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Architecture Notes

Event ID 647232

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Architecture Notes

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/event/647232

NMRS REFERENCE:

Villa for Patrick S Steele

PLANS:

Dick Peddie & MacKay, Edinburgh, new

Attic 2, Bin 35, Bag 2 James C Walker 1866

NMRS REFERENCE:

PLANS:

Dick Peddie and MacKay, Edinburgh photo of interior.

NMRS PRINT ROOM/ RARE BOOKS:

See bib.no. 27955

'Edinburgh and the Lothians', 1904. A.Eddington.

p.48 In text photograph of beach with promenade in background.

'The beach from the pier, Portobello'

'Marshall Wane and co.'

Portobello, Marine Gardens.

PLANS:

Dick Peddie & McKay, Edinburgh alts.

Attic 2, Bin 9, Bag 1.

Dick Peddie, McKay & Jamieson - 1942.

Portobello, Marine Gardens.

PLANS:

Dick Peddie & MacKay, Edinburgh adds & alts.

Attic 2, Bin 9, Bag 1.

T.B.Gibson,architect, 30 Rutland Square - 1928-1931.

Portobello, Marine Gardens.

PLANS:

Dick Peddie & MacKay, Edinburgh new.

Attic 2, Bin 9, Bag 1.

Walker & Ramsay, 123 Wellington Street, Glasgow - 1909.

William Jamieson.

Portobello. Villa near West end of Portobello, on Southside of the high road; originally built and occupied by the late William Jameson, Esq architect, Edinburgh".

(Edinburgh Evening Courant, Nov 1, 1824).

Robert Gray.

Portobello. St John's Episcopal Church - location uncertain at time of upgrade, 3.2.2000

Advertisement for tenders, 1824-5

(Edinburgh Evening Courant, Sept 20, 1824; March 31, 1825).

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