Thursday Doors: St Andrews (part 2)

As promised, this week we have some more of the interesting doors on offer in St Andrews – although, just to be awkward, we begin with a gateway: to one of the old buildings of the University (the Latin expression over the gate reads ‘In principio erat verbum’: ‘in the beginning was the word’).

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This is a wider view of one of the most prominent commercial buildings in St Andrews, the J & G Innes bookshop, with its original windows and wooden frontage:

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Rather more dourly Scottish is this example:

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Down by the harbour is the rather more modern Harbourmaster’s Cottage:

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Some more traditional doors, gentrified by the people who live behind them:

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Thursday Doors 10 November 2016

4 Comments on “Thursday Doors: St Andrews (part 2)

  1. Some more beauties from St Andrews – nicely done. The bookstore straddling the corner and the shot right after it are my faves.

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