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Male bathers paid one penny to use the pier. Ian Hay.

Musselburgh Thank you to Ian Hay who replied:. I don't think so.

He sold the design to the Admiraltywhich used it as anchor cable on ships. Edinburgh Views. Edinburgh Maps.

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Early Photography. In the s the development of the railway network made travel vastly quicker and more accessible.

A North British Railway engine, Probably at Musselburgh Station, near Edinburgh - around

The pier was designed for passenger use only, and moved noticeably when walked on. Edinburgh Maps.

Early Photography. Warmest Regards, David Potterat email: Each standard was in the shape of an arch which the passengers walked through. Looking for Fifes Posted on: This was confirmed in a court hearing in Decemberin which the existing interdict on ferries from the archibald veitch train to Kirkcaldy was maintained and extended.

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Retrieved 26 August The pier was badly damaged on 18 October by a storm which lasted four days and caused great destruction all over Scotland. He died in Marionville Park Meadowbank, Edinburgh.

The Life and Times of Leith. Derek adds: "The driver was my great grand father, Archibald Veitch.

Archibald Veitch with friends at Marrionvale Park - early s

Thank you to Euan Cameron who replied: "I believe this photograph would have been taken around Edinburgh Railway Lines and Stations. See more details here.

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YES: I agree to the use of cookies. NO: I do not agree."The driver was my great grand father, Archibald Veitch.

Archibald was born in Peebles inhe joined the North British Railway at an early archibald veitch train and worked. A photograph entitled 'Young train spotter at station with the ghost train in background', taken in April by an unknown photographer for the Daily Herald.

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