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Trevor Lee

 Leith Provident Milk Lad, App, Coach Sprayer,  Storeman at Woolworth, Stockbridge, Edinburgh. Process worker in Ushers Brewray, SMT (Grampian, First Bus) Driver,  NHS Lothain Labvan Driver. Now owner of the wallery & Workshop. Leith. Edinburgh. Midlothain. Scotland UK 's

Our great family doctor   Kuenssberg 


Battle of Courcelette

Like the observer in the tree in the right foreground, painter Louis Weirter

"Artist & Writers Clubhouse" Workshop

The "Aim"  is for an Artist & Writers’ Clubhouse, for people who feel they are not hindered by their loss, injury, or incapacity's , but mostly for those  with the loss of limbs, using their mouth or feet, but feel equal to and not handicapped by this loss and believing they could make a living from their Art & Writing. 

Lot's of Edinburgh was first created  to display the Art Works  of Louis Weirter, especially from his book "The Story of Edinburgh Castle", it was also started to created support for Edinburgh and Lothains Paralimbic Artists & Writers with the hope of exhibiting their work and developing it into a practical life style for them.  At the moment "The Wallery & Codexery" is displaying Louis Weirter's work and my own.  "I DON'T KNOW HOW BUT IT'S  MY AIM". 

Picture on the;  Right is "THE BATTLE OF COURCELETTE 

St Margaret's Chapel, Edinburgh


 The "History of Edinburgh & Castle" (Scottish Gaelic: Dùn Èideann; Edinburgh the capital of Scotland and one of its 32 council areas. Historically part of the county of Midlothian (inter-changeable, with Edinburghshire prior to 1921), it is located in Lothian on the Firth of Forth's southern shore.  Edinburgh's, Castrum "Alatum", (Castle "Rock' of Atum" 'Adam'), the Castle was first founded by Ebrucus [Efrawg]; king of the Cruitani (Qritani aka Prytani) “Pictland” (Britain), died 966BC, Ebracus was son of Membricis, king of the (Qritani/Pritain) Britain, who died 1006BC. They where Celtic aka Gaelic, (*God[th]elic)Goidelic: 

A Tauth "Gaut'- (Piuda) “The' People” of the Goddess Danu (Danann), who wore the Trojan (Tro-Janus).  Related to Troy's City, and of a tri-corona mural "City" administration  and it's town Agneda (Achadh, Aghendini) the town of the kingdom of Gododini,  called by Ptolomy, Castrum Alaturn, and by the Britains  Eden, called today Edinburgh which is the High Fort, in the fields of town of (Aucendinny)  was founded by Cruthenus Camelonius the first Pictish king, son of Cinge, whose "High Castrum "Fort" ruled over  by Pritanis or Britanis "Pictlands", plains, fields and gardens (Asgard) of “EDIN” [burgh].  Manapii 'The' tribe of Oden* ('God'oddini). And of "Edin" origin, from the Qrittoic "Brittonic" Celtic language formerly spoken by the Cymyr or Cumbric people, which was a variety of the Common Qrittoic, a Godelic language spoken during the Hen Ogleddor Men of the "Old North" period. The “Castle Rock”, now the site of Edinburgh Castle, Eidyn’s Dun was replaced by burgh, producing Edinburgh. Similarly, din became dùn, in, Dùn Èideann, Akkadian“Edinnu” Eden.

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