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General oblique aerial view of the remains of the priory and the house, taken from the WNW.
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General oblique aerial view of the remains of the priory and the house, taken from the SW.
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General oblique aerial view of the remains of the priory and the house, taken from the N.
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Oblique aerial view centred on the remains of Restenneth Priory  with pits and a possible souterrain adjacent, looking to the N.
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Oblique aerial view centred on the remains of Restenneth Priory  with pits and a possible souterrain adjacent, looking to the N.
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Oblique aerial view centred on the remains of Restenneth Priory with pits and a possible souterrain adjacent, looking to the WNW.
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Oblique aerial view centred on the remains of Restenneth Priory with pits and a possible souterrain adjacent, looking to the W.
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Oblique aerial view centred on the remains of Restenneth Priory with pits and a possible souterrain adjacent, looking to the SSE.
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Oblique aerial view of Restenneth Priory, taken from the S.
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Oblique aerial view of Restenneth Priory, taken from the SE.
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Oblique aerial view of Restenneth Priory, taken from the ENE.
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Oblique aerial view of Restenneth Priory, taken from the NE.
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Interior. Beater House, Broke Storage. Here dry pulp or broke (known as the furnish when added to water in the pulper) stored prior to pulping in water in the 'broke' pulper for paper machines A4 and A5. The pulp was fed up the elevators and into the broke pulpers which sat at the top. Water was added and the water and pulp mixed together prior to pumping into holding chests, refiners and cleaners and onto A4 and A5 paper making machines
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Interior. Beater House, Broke Storage. Here dry pulp or broke   (known as the furnish when added to water in the pulper) stored prior to pulping in water in the 'broke' pulper for paper machines A4 and A5. The pulp was fed up the elevators and into the broke pulpers which sat at the top. Water was added and the water and pulp mixed together prior to pumping into holding chests, refiners and cleaners and onto A4 and A5 paper making machines
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Interior. Beater House, Broke Storage. Here dry pulp or broke(known as the furnish when added to water in the pulper) stored prior to pulping in water in the 'broke' pulper for paper machines A4 and A5. The pulp was fed up the elevators and into the broke pulpers which sat at the top. Water was added and the water and pulp mixed together prior to pumping into holding chests, refiners and cleaners and onto A4 and A5 paper making machines
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Interior. Beater House, Broke or Pulp Storage. On the left, concrete gantry on which sat the broke pulper for A4 papermaking machine and the disused concrete beater chests. In this space, dry pulp or broke (known as the furnish when added to water in the pulper) stored prior to pulping in water in the 'broke' pulper for paper machines A4 and A5. The pulp was fed up the elevators and into the broke pulpers which sat at the top. Water was added and the water and pulp mixed together prior to pumping into holding chests, refiners and cleaners and onto A4 and A5 paper making machines
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View of Kilmahew House prior to construction of new college.
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Aerial view of the building prior to renovation to house RCAHMS seen from the North West.
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Oblique aerial view of the C&J Brown's warehouse, Edinburgh prior to renovation to house RCAHMS seen from the North North West.
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Excavation photographs: Queensberry House, prior to the construction of the Scottish Parliament.
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Excavation photographs: Queensberry House, prior to the construction of the Scottish Parliament.
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Excavation photographs: Queensberry House, prior to the construction of the Scottish Parliament.
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Excavation photographs: Queensberry House, prior to the construction of the Scottish Parliament.
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Digital copy of ink drawing of front elevation of stables at Penicuik House, Midlothian. The drawing shows the elevation prior to its conversion into housing.
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