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The Peacock Alley lounge area of the former Caledonian Hotel which stood alongside Edinburgh^s Princes Street station, photographed in November 2014. The white door stands at the original pedestrian entrance to the station concourse. Princes Street station closed in 1965 and the Caledonian is now a Waldorf Astoria hotel. [See image 29019]
Colin McDonald [01/11/2014]


Sunshine and steam at Edinburgh Princes Street station on Monday 2 November 1964. Black 5 no 45127 eases empty coaching stock away from platform 1, while Fairburn 2-6-4 tank no 42058 waits alongside the water column on the south side of the station. The photograph was taken from the steps of the signal box.
Frank Spaven Collection (Courtesy David Spaven) [02/11/1964]


St Margarets C16 4-4-2T no 67492 at Princes Street on 6 September 1958 in connection with the SLS (Edinburgh Section) Lothian Lines Tour. The 4-coach special covered various branches in Edinburgh and the Lothians, starting and finishing at Princes Street station. Lothian Road goods depot stands in the background.
Robin Barbour Collection (Courtesy Bruce McCartney) [06/09/1958]
All photographs of Edinburgh Princes Street
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