Cockburn Street is a picturesque street in Edinburgh's Old Town, created as a serpentine link from the Royal Mile to Waverley Station in 1856. It is named after the Scottish lawyer, judge and literary figure Henry, Lord Cockburn who was influential in urging his fellow citizens to remain vigilant in ensuring that early-Victorian expansion, e.g. improvements such as Cockburn Street, did not irrevocably damage or obliterate the built heritage and environment. Architecture Architecture Details Architecture Photography Architecture_bw Architecture_collection Architecturelovers Architectureporn Cockburn Cockburn Street From My Point Of View Hidden Gems  Landscape Medieval Medieval Architecture Medieval City MedievalTown Old Town Oldtown Outdoors Scotland Street Street Photography Streetphoto Streetphoto_bw Streetphotography
Cockburn Cockburntown River View River Bridge Riverwalk
Cockburn Special Resort Port Clock Mymusic Essentials
Cockburn Portwine Portwein Glass Of Wine Red Glasses
of 1 pages
end of photo grid