International Exhibition of Industry, Science and Art
Exhibits included an Old Edinburgh Street exhibit which included reconstructons of, by then, demolished buildings of the Royal Mile including the Netherbow Port, Czech violins, Turkish embroidery and Scotch whisky Neilson and Company of Glasgow exhibited the Caledonian Railway Single steam locomotive.
The Zetland and Fair Isle exhibit gave Edinburgh city whale jawbones which now form an arch on Jawbone Walk. The Brassfounders Column from the Exhibition was moved from the Meadows to Nicolson Square.
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- http://www.scotlandsplaces.gov.uk/record/rcahms/125733/edinburgh-meadows-edinburgh-international-exhibition-1886/rcahms?item=756208#carousel aerial view of the exhibition
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