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Charlotte Juarez's Going Home
Auld Reekie - A Photo Album Walk - Page 8


Street art, two crickets doing something interesting, on the way from Broughton to Princes Street,
the Royal Mile and Edinburgh Castle

Where John and I had our Honeymoon dinner, November 1965 – still standing, that’s a good sign.

A street corner of the Royal Mile

St. Giles Cathedral and the Tolbooth

View of the Entrance and Parade Ground, Edinburgh Castle, and a Celtic Cross war memorial

Nathan on guard at the Castle, at the parade ground and with the One o’ Clock Gun

Nathan on the Ramparts

The graveyard for regimental mascots and dogs

Sometimes we just dawdle and sometimes we get impatient waiting

The fireplace of James Ist in the Royal Apartments

Edinburgh Castle War Memorial to those who fell 1914-18 –
the Royal Naval stained glass window with details to submariners.

My girls waiting for me in the Courtyard

Edinburgh Skyline looking towards Leith from Waverly Bridge

Waverly Station Entrance and Edinburgh Skyline

War Memorial, 1914-1918, North Bridge

Some “plunkers”, some probably sincere students, taking an afternoon off school to march down Princes Street (this was taken from the National Archives and Scottish Records Office) to protest pending war in Iraq – for such a solemn purpose the kids I observed all seemed remarkably happy.

Music for the marchers

A young woman at the National Archives with a sign proclaiming she was
“one American against the war”.

The view up from Princes Street from the National Archives while the road was closed for the marchers

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