WhereArtI Quiz – 5th April

Red stone above a door, but where? PS I have left out the wording which would give it away.

Can you tell me where in Edinburgh I have sketched?

Your comment will not show up until I reveal the answer tomorrow morning. Get your answer in before midnight tonight and I will pick a random winner from all correct entries by this time tomorrow.

This week’s prize is a screen printed tote bag featuring my illustration of Victoria Street, Edinburgh.

Keep an eye on my facebook and twitter feeds for clues if they are needed later today, and remember you can also see my weekly competition in the printed version of the Edinburgh Evening News each Monday.

Keep looking up and noticing the beauty in the everyday, you never know where I will be sketching next!

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22 thoughts on “WhereArtI Quiz – 5th April”

  1. Your knowledge is always fascinating David, I know it was once a station but not any more of course. Thanks again for the comments πŸ˜‰

  2. Well done Belle, yes fond memories of the road back from Murrayfield πŸ™‚

  3. Caledonian Hotel (or Waldorf Astoria as it is now) ? Lovely drawing wherever it is.

  4. please note its the 5th of April …don’t make the year longer than it needs to be ha ha ha

  5. It’s The Caledonian Hotel!!!
    Been wracking my brain all day as I knew I knew it! Spent many a bus ride home looking at it. Also, on rugby days after a few libations in the excellent Ghillie Dhu sheltering under it waiting on a taxi… I’m SO happy I finally recognised and remembered it πŸŽ‰πŸ₯°

  6. It’s the Waldorf Astoria but I know it as the Caley- The Caledonia end of Prince’s street.

  7. I am thinking it is Princes Street railway station where we could catch the train to Davidson’s Mains once upon a time.
    An episode of Paul Temple broadcast 1969-71 was filmed here in the hotel above. The lead actor Francis Matthews stayed at the Grosvenor Hotel down near the Haymarket station.
    So which hotel was cheaper?

  8. It’s the Caledonian Hotel that was! Cannae be bothered wi the new rebranded name!

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