The WhereArtI Quiz, 29th December

ES_WAI291214Morning Edinburgh residents and all those in the capital for Hogmanay celebrations. Can you locate this Edinburgh feature and tell me the words (currently blurred out) beneath the masonry? And a bonus point if you can name the figure sculpted.


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26 thoughts on “The WhereArtI Quiz, 29th December”

  1. Morning WhereArtIers, the answer to Monday’s WhereArtI was ‘Paisley Close, I will add the full unblurred sketch above. And the bonus point for the figure? ‘Joseph McIver’. Well done @0apropos, @bostonhibs and Frances Mitchell.

    Thanks to for this detail:
    ‘Originally owned by George Henderson of Fordell, who sold the land to Henry Paisley (aka Paislie) in 1711.

    On the Sunday morning of November 24th, 1861, the adjacent 250-year-old tenement in Bailie Fyfe’s Close collapsed, killing thirty five people.
    The image sculpted at the entrance to the close is that of Joseph McIver, a young survivor of the tradgedy, who was pulled to safety after rescuers heard his call of “Heave awa‚ chaps, ah’m no‚ deid yet’

  2. I rather think it’s Paisley Close on the High Streetwith the words ”heave awa lads a’m no died yet’ – my Dad loves that saying 🙂 It may be Joseph McIvor in the carving?

  3. “Paisley Close”, High Street (nr JK’s house again!)
    Choices for the last part, Will Geddes, or Joe McIver

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