Portobello Beach, Scotland, ca. 1890-1900. A coastal suburb of Edinburgh, once known as a beach resort, it is located three miles to the east of the city centre, facing the Firth of Forth.

Postcard produced by the Detroit Publishing Company using the Photochrom process, a technique for applying vibrant and surprisingly realistic colour to black and white images. The process was extremely time-consuming and required painstaking attention to detail, but the result was colour postcards at a time when true colour photography was just being developed.

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Hotel and Ben Lui, Loch Awe, Scotland, ca. 1890-1900. Loch Awe is a large body of freshwater in Argyll and Bute, Scottish Highlands. It has also given its name to a village on its banks, variously known as Loch Awe, or Lochawe. There are islands within the loch such as Innis Chonnell and Inishail.

Postcard produced by the Detroit Publishing Company using the Photochrom process, a technique for applying vibrant and surprisingly realistic colour to black and white images. The process was extremely time-consuming and required painstaking attention to detail, but the result was colour postcards at a time when true colour photography was just being developed.