The Scott Monument :: Shared Description

A Victorian Gothic monument to Scottish author Sir Walter Scott (author of the Waverley novels). It stands in Princes Street Gardens, opposite Jenners department store on Princes Street, near to Edinburgh Waverley Railway Station. The tower is 200 feet 6 inches high and has a series of viewing decks which give panoramic views of central Edinburgh and its surroundings.

The monument is a Category A listed building (LB27829 LinkExternal link Historic Environment Scotland).
by David Dixon
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NT2573 : Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh by Malc McDonald
NT2573 : Scott Monument, Edinburgh by Paul Gillett
NT2573 : The Scott Monument by N Chadwick
NT2573 : The Scott Monument by David Dixon
NT2573 : The Scott Monument, Princes Street by John Allan
NT2573 : South St David Street by David Dixon
NT2573 : Jenners from the Scott Monument by David Dixon
NT2573 : The Scott Monument in Edinburgh by Mat Fascione
NT2573 : Princes Street Gardens, The Festival Wheel and Scott Monument by David Dixon
NT2573 : The Scott Monument by N Chadwick
NT2573 : The Scott Monument by N Chadwick
NT2573 : The Scott Monument by Paul Gillett
NT2573 : The Scott Monument, Edinburgh by David Dixon
NT2573 : The Scott Monument by N Chadwick
NT2573 : Scott Monument by N Chadwick
NT2573 : The Scott Monument by N Chadwick
NT2573 : East Princes Street Gardens by Paul Gillett
NT2573 : The Scott Monument seen from the Castle by N Chadwick
NT2573 : Princes Street and the Scott Monument by David Dixon
NT2573 : The Scott Monument by David Dixon
NT2573 : The Scott Monument by Thomas Nugent
NT2573 : Old Waverley Hotel, Princes Street by David Dixon
NT2573 : Edinburgh Cityscape by N Chadwick


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Created: Sat, 5 Jun 2010, Updated: Tue, 10 Mar 2020

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