List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Wardie Lodge
Mr Greig, Chain Pier Inn,
Mr J Cairnie New Lane Newhaven
[situation] Near the S. [South] side of the Edinb [Edinburgh] Perth & Dundee Railwy [Railway] near the West side of Granton.
A neat and substantially built mansion with coach-house stables &c attached, occupier Miss Hope Proprietors, The Trustees of the late Capt. [Captain] Boswell R. N. [Royal Navy]
EDINBURGH PERTH AND DUNDEE RAILWAY Edinburgh Perth and Dundee Railway See Name BooK Sheet 21 [situation] Extendg [Extending] in a Westerly directn [direction] from Edinb [Edinburgh] to Granton Pier
See name Book Sheet 21
SALT SPRINGS OF WARDIE Salt Springs of Wardie
Salt Springs of Wardie
Mr Greig, Chain Pier Inn
Mr J. Cairnie, New Lane Newhaven
[situation] On the N. [North] side of the Edinb. [Edinburgh] Perth & Dundee Railwy [Railway] & part of the Sea Shore.
A considerable ledge of rocks on the sea-shore covered at high water, in these rocks are many small fissures, the water in which after the receding of the tide, boils out, like springs hence the name.

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Parish of St Cuthberts

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This Name Book refers to Edinburgh 1852 - Sheet 05
OS large scale Scottish town plans, 1847-1895 Scale: 1:1056

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