Round about the Round-O 1880. Arbroath's yesteryear in print

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''The Poet's Corner' : Brothock Bridge'

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NARRATIVE ON PRINT - The name of the famous 'Corner' of Westminster Abbey has been given locally to the small house, shown towards the right of the picture, where Thomas Watson spent many years of his life, and where he died. Adjoining is one of the old hostelries of the town, the Market Place Inn. Part of the enclosing railings of the British Linen Company's Branch Bank are seen in the picture.

The larger building in the view is the Old Mill which forms part of the extensive spinning works of Burnside (Messrs. Alex. Gordon & Co.). The drinking fountain in front is that which was gifted to the town by the trustees of the late Mr. William Gibson, Maules Bank.
(Notes by George Hay, 1883)
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