SAW032102 SCOTLAND (1950). Marine Hotel, Main Street, Gullane. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing south-east. This image has been produced from a crop marked negative.

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Title [SAW032102] Marine Hotel, Main Street, Gullane. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing south-east. This image has been produced from a crop marked negative.
Reference SAW032102
Date 1950
Link Canmore Collection item 1269681
Place name
Parish DIRLETON
District EAST LOTHIAN
Country SCOTLAND
Easting / Northing 348848, 683005
Longitude / Latitude -2.8210464680635, 56.037247105805
National Grid Reference NT488830

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