The view from the third floor of The Princess Alexandra Eye Pavilion on Chalmers Street, Edinburgh Scotland looking North West on a grey and rainy July day.
The red sandstone building with the square tower is the Museum of Fire at Lauriston Place.
The Museum of Fire tells the history of the oldest municipal Fire Brigade in the United Kingdom, formed in 1824.
Behind this can be seen some of the buildings of Edinburgh Castle. From the left, the New Barracks, the Queen Anne Building, the Great Hall, the Palace and the Half Moon Battery.
Camera: Canon Digital IXUS 980 IS – (it was way too wet for my DSLR)
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