NT2672 : Royal Dick Veterinary College

near to Edinburgh, Great Britain

Royal Dick Veterinary College
Royal Dick Veterinary College
Commonly known as the Dick Vet, the 11-bay Edwardian Baroque college building was built in 1909. The Veterinary College was founded by William Dick (1793-1866), an Aberdeenshire farrier's son, who studied anatomy in Edinburgh, went to the London Veterinary College in 1817, and returned to set up his own veterinary college in Edinburgh.
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