Lodge Street

This narrow street is an extension of High Street, and is made up of contrasting styles. Carlyle House - an unusual name for an Italian palace stuffed with ornaments - has an 18C style façade that contrasts with the house next door that is in a local style with a pretty Venetian window.
The covered passage leads to the birthplace of Jane Welsh, wife of Thomas Carlyle. It contains a little museum housing a few souvenirs of the Carlyles.

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st. Lodge

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Leading to the western part of the port,
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