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Street view looking towards Bo'ness Market Square taken from the North. The image shows 2 Market Street and 72-74 North Street and the Jubilee Fountain can be seen within the square. This photograph was taken as part of the Bo'ness Urban Survey to illustrate the character of the Town Centre Area of Townscape Character.
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General street view showing Bo'ness Market Square, North Street, taken from the North (from the junction with East Pier Street). This photograph was taken as part of the Bo'ness Urban Survey to illustrate the character of the Town Centre Area of Townscape Character.
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General view from SW.
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New Market, Academy Street.
General view toward Market Arcade on Academy Street.
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Copy of photograph of Proclamation at Mercat cross, not the same ceremony as sc 1223391 etc.
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Dundee, Craig Street, Craig Street Market
View from NW showing NNW front
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General view from Prince's Street to north.
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View from Prince's Street to north.
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Proclamation of the Accession of King George VI in Edinburgh. From left to right on Mercat cross, Captain HAB Lawson, Unicorn Pursuivant, Thomas Innes of Learney, Albany Herald, Sir Francis Grant, Lord Lyon King of Arms, Sir Alexander Hay Seton of Abercorn, Carrick Pursivant and Lt. Col. JW Balfour Paul, Falkland Pursuivant.Ceremony  in Parliament SquareProclamation of the Accession of King George VI.
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Proclamation of the Accession of King George VI.From left to right on Mercat cross, Captain HAB Lawson, Unicorn Pursuivant, Thomas Innes of Learney, Albany Herald, Sir Francis Grant, Lord Lyon King of Arms, Sir Alexander Hay Seton of Abercorn, Carrick Pursivant and Lt. Col. JW Balfour Paul, Falkland Pursuivant.Ceremony  in Parliament SquareProclamation of the Accession of King George VI.
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Proclamation of the Accession of King George VI.From left to right on Mercat cross, Captain HAB Lawson, Unicorn Pursuivant, Thomas Innes of Learney, Albany Herald, Sir Francis Grant, Lord Lyon King of Arms, Sir Alexander Hay Seton of Abercorn, Carrick Pursivant and Lt. Col. JW Balfour Paul, Falkland Pursuivant.Ceremony  in Parliament Square
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Aberdeen, general view, showing Douglas Hotel, Market Street and Upper Dock.  Oblique aerial photograph taken facing east.  This image has been produced from a crop marked negative.
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Aberdeen, general view, showing Waverley Hotel, Guild Street and Kirk of St Nicholas, Union Street.  Oblique aerial photograph taken facing north.  This image has been produced from a crop marked negative.
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Coldstream, general view, showing High Street and Market Square.  Oblique aerial photograph taken facing north-east.  This image has been produced from a print.
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Dundee, general view, showing Dundee Docks and Tay Bridge Station.  Oblique aerial photograph taken facing north-east.  This image has been produced from a print.
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Oblique aerial view of Edinburgh centred on the General Register House, taken from the NE.
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General view of High Street, Ayton, from N, including Mace Mini-Market and antiques shop.
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View of High Street, Ayton, from N, including Mace Mini-Market and antiques shop.
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View from SW.
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New Market, Academy Street.
General view toward Market Arcade on Academy Street.
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General view of Nos 1, 2, 3 and 4 Market Street from East
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General view of Nos 1, 2, 3 and 4 Market Street from West
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Oblique aerial view of Edinburgh centred on the General Register House, taken from the SW.
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Oblique aerial view of Edinburgh centred on the General Register House, taken from the SSW.
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