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Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinburgh, 1954 Featured Edinburgh? Print

Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinburgh, 1954

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh pictured together in the Grand Entrance in Buckingham Palace in 1954. The Queen is wearing a yellow tulle evening gown decorated with sprays of mimosa and gold pailette embroidery and is wearing the blue Ribbon and Star of the Garter. Her necklace was a wedding present from the Nizam of Hyderabad; the tiara also a wedding present from Queen Mary. The bow brooch and drop earrings are set with diamonds. The Duke is wearing the uniform of the Admiral of the Fleet. Date: 1954

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Non-Stop Scotsman Featured Edinburgh? Print

Non-Stop Scotsman

11th May 1928: The 150 ton LNER Pacific class locomotive Flying Scotsman, pulling the train of the same name, leaving King's Cross Station in London on its first non-stop run to Edinburgh. Passengers travelled the 393 miles in style enjoying new luxury features including a cocktail bar and a hairdressing salon. (Photo by Walter Bellamy/London Express/Getty Images)

Conan Doyle Featured Edinburgh? Print

Conan Doyle

circa 1895: British writer Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859 - 1930), creator of fictional detective Sherlock Holmes. Doyle studied medicine at Edinburgh University and practised as a physician during the 2nd Boer War. He started publishing short stories in 1879 while working as a doctor in Southsea. The Sherlock Holmes stories were serialised in The Strand magazine and proved so popular that Doyle felt pressurized to revive the character after the detective had plunged to his death over a waterfall. (Photo by London Stereoscopic Company/Getty Images)

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