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Wreck At Tantallon, Near North Berwick

Identifier: IC/RPP/8 · Date: 1902-1936 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Handdrawn and painted postcard depicting Tantallon Castle. The 'wreck' noted in the postcard's title is not immediately evident, although some men are on the beach perhaps pulling wreckage onto the...

Courtyard At Tantallon Castle, Near North Berwick

Identifier: IC/RPP/9 · Date: 1902-1936 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Handdrawn and painted postcard depicting the courtyard of Tantallon Castle near North Berwick. Inset is the seal of William de Douglas 1332, noted as having been found at North Berwick in 1788. On ...

Chessel’s Court, Canongate, Edinburgh

Identifier: IC/RPP/6 · Date: 1902-1936 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Handdrawn and painted postcard depicting a tenement called Chessel's Court, Canongate, Edinburgh. Inset is a portrait of Deacon Brodie. The text on the card reads 'The Excise Office formerly in thi...

Dirleton Green

Identifier: IC/RPP/7 · Date: 7 Aug 1906 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Handdrawn and painted postcard depicting Dirleton Village Green. On the left is the castle roundel which in later years would house a museum. To the right is the Castle Hotel and in front a number ...

Allan Ramsay’s Shop, High Street, Edinburgh

Identifier: IC/RPP/41 · Date: 1902-1936 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Handdrawn and painted postcard depicting Allan Ramsay's shop, High Street, Edinburgh. Inset is Allan Ramsay.

South West Corner Of Greyfriars Church, Edinburgh

Identifier: IC/RPP/42 · Date: 1902-1936 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Handdrawn and painted postcard depicting the south west corner of Greyfriars Church, Edinburgh. On the reverse is a drawing of Edwin the Saxon King of Northumbria.

Greyfriars Church, Edinburgh

Identifier: IC/RPP/43 · Date: 1902-1936 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Handdrawn and painted postcard depicting Greyfriars Church, Edinburgh. On the reverse is a drawing of Edwin the Saxon King of Northumbria.

Dirleton Village

Identifier: IC/RPP/5 · Date: 26 May 1918 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Handdrawn and painted postcard depicting Dirleton Village. Along the main road a farmer drives some cows. On the reverse is a handdrawn image of the Bass Rock from the east, with a sailing boat evi...

Quality Street, North Berwick

Identifier: IC/RPP/34 · Date: 1902-1936 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Handdrawn postcard depicting Quality Street, North Berwick. The Lodge is evident as are a number of individuals and a dog. On the reverse are drawn two figures. The accompanying text advertises Rob...