SAW010266 SCOTLAND (1947). Edinburgh, general view, showing St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral, Palmerston Place and Dean Bridge. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing north.

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Title [SAW010266] Edinburgh, general view, showing St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral, Palmerston Place and Dean Bridge. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing north.
Reference SAW010266
Date 1947
Link Canmore Collection item 1268700
Place name
Parish EDINBURGH (EDINBURGH, CITY OF)
District CITY OF EDINBURGH
Country SCOTLAND
Easting / Northing 324157, 673755
Longitude / Latitude -3.2146713540326, 55.950874562498
National Grid Reference NT242738

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The first field above the last houses in the top left corner is Raeburn Place.



Raeburn Place has been the home of Edinburgh Academical FC - the oldest club in Scotland and second oldest in the world - since 1857.



The first ever international under Rugby rules, Scotland v England, was played here on 27 March, 1871. Scotland won by a goal and a try to a try in front of a crowd of 4000 who paid 1/- each.

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