Scotland’s picture-postcard capital city is recognised – the world over – for the breathtaking architecture of both the historic Old Town and the classical Georgian New Town. Both designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Be that as it may, many amazing buildings have been lost down the years – and when they’re gone… well, they’re gone.
West End of Princes Street in the late 19th century showing Maule's store. this stunning building was constructed in the late 19th century and replaced in 1935 for the current Johnnie Walker (formerly Binns, House of Fraser) building. Photo: UNKNOWN