WhereArtI – 1st August

Doors that never open these days, but where are they?

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Where have I sketched this week?

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42 thoughts on “WhereArtI – 1st August”

  1. The National Museum of Scotland on Chambers St. Loved the sense of awe going up those steps & in through those doors when I was a kid.

  2. The former entrance doors at the Royal Museum of Scotland, the centre one was a revolving door.

  3. I think these doors are the old main entrance to what we always called “the Museum”, the Royal Scottish Museum, and now (I think) thr Muesum of Scotland in Chambers St.

  4. These must surely be the doors at the top of the stairs of the NMS – National Museum of Scotland. X

  5. Main entrance to Chambers Street Museum when I wasa boy. I don’t know what you call it nowadays.
    Great restaurant round the back in the 1970s when I was across the road at the Heriot-Watt University.
    There is a picture of a 1960s schoolboy with the Strowger gear exhibit when it was installed, that is maybe why I ended up working in Computer Teleprocessing as an adult.

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