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Excavation photographs: wall along the Royal Mile, prior to the construction of the Scottish Parliament.
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View of Hangman's House at No 140 Cowgate, Edinburgh, prior to demolition.
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House 1; prior to excavation.
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Oronsay Priory.
View of Prior's House from North-East.
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Pan House/ Machine Wing, ground floor. Interior. View from north west. There were three pan mills on this level. All have been removed prior to demolition. The three bucket elevators from the pan mills rising to the screen loft for 'sieving' and supplying the hoppers in the adjacent compartment are visible. The pipes for returning material to be re-crushed to the correct size are also visible.
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Pan House/ Machine Wing, ground floor. Interior. Pan mill's plinth for pan mill drive removed prior to demolition.
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Pan House/ Machine Wing. Interior. Hoppers 5 and 6. The conveyor carried material to the brick making machines (now gone) behind the camera prior to extrusion, cutting , drying and kilning.
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Pan House/ Machine Wing. Interior. Hoppers 5 and 6. The conveyor carried material to the brick making machines (now gone) behind the camera prior to extrusion, cutting , drying and kilning.
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Car Rally, ? Glasgow: from Mr Monrgomerie's family album. Mr Kenneth Montgomerie's  grandfather (John Cunninghame Montgomery) was a car enthusiast and owned Arrol Johnston 18 hp, built at the Paisley factory prior to its move to Heathall in Dumfries
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Detail of forestair prior to repair
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Interior. View of Rothes No. 1 paper machine from south east at the Wet End showing the Top Wire  where the liquid stock is sprayed onto the 'wire' to form the paper prior to moving through the drying drums at high speed.
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RCAHMS, John Sinclair House: negative store prior to upgrading and introduction of mobile racking
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RCAHMS, John Sinclair House: negative store prior to upgrading and introduction of mobile racking
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RCAHMS, John Sinclair House: main store prior to construction of shelving on top of plan chests.
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RCAHMS, John Sinclair House: conservation studio prior to upgrading.
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RCAHMS, John Sinclair House: conservation studio prior to upgrading.
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RCAHMS, John Sinclair House: main store prior to move of aerial photographic negatives to new mobile shelving in negative store
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RCAHMS, John Sinclair House: main store prior to construction of additional tall shelving
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RCAHMS, John Sinclair House: negative store prior to upgrading and introduction of mobile racking
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RCAHMS, John Sinclair House: negative store prior to upgrading and introduction of mobile racking
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RCAHMS, John Sinclair House: negative store prior to upgrading and introduction of mobile racking
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View of house on west side of Horse Wynd, Edinburgh, prior to demolition.
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View of house in Cowgate, Edinburgh, prior to demolition.
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View of house in Hastie's Close, Edinburgh, taken from a window in College Wynd prior to demolition.
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