An outstanding collection of maritime memorabilia inside an elegant Georgian building.
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Open this treasure chest of maritime heritage and you will find an unparalleled collection of wonders gathered over centuries by Leith’s mariners.
You can admire four portraits by Sir Henry Raeburn, a French Tricolour captured at the Battle of Trafalgar, a 200-year old whaling harpoon as well as a fleet of historic ships models, all displayed in the cosy master’s room and theim posing convening room of this fine Georgian building.
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