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1886 Edinburgh International Exhibition

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Held at West Meadow Pleasure Park and enclosed over 26 acres, with raised buildings over an area of 7 acres, a portion of which buildings will remain permanent as a memorial of the undertaking. They were filled with a vast collection of objects drawn from the wide domains of industry, science, and art. [1]

Designed by J. Burnet and Sons, architects, and Mr. Charles C. Lindsay, C.E., of Glasgow. The cost of the buildings to their designs was about £30,000[2]


A series of detailed articles was published in The Engineer:




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