A Visit To The Grand Lodge of Scotland (Pictures Inside)

Greetings brethren! So last September I had the chance to visit some friends in Scotland and I just had to visit the Grand Lodge in Edinburgh.

These are some of my personal photos that I took in GL.

Have you ever been to Edinburgh?

A stunning city filled with a rich history and deep masonic ties! I also visited Rosslyn Chapel while I was in Scotland! Marvelous place.

You can see the pictures from my visit to the mighty Rosslyn Chapel here.

In the meantime, check out the photos below.

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The Grand Lodge of Scotland

The Grand Lodge of Scotland Apron Collection

The Grand Lodge of Scotland Grand Hall

The Grand Lodge of Scotland Ceiling

The Grand Lodge of Scotland Main Hall 2

The Entrance to The Grand Lodge of Scotland

The Grand Lodge of Scotland Outside Door

Pictures from my visit to the grand lodge of edinburgh

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14 thoughts on “A Visit To The Grand Lodge of Scotland (Pictures Inside)”

  1. I love Rosalyn chapel, its a stunning building with beautiful views.

    Fortunatly i have the benefit of staying 5min down the road πŸ™‚

    Hope you enjoyed your visit to Scotland πŸ™‚

  2. My Great Great Grandfather was a member of the grand lodge of Scotland. Unfortunately I don’t have a photograph of him. I would dearly love to know more about him. His name was Lorentius Noren. Perhaps you could advise me how to go about this. Thanks Philip Roskell….

    • Get in touch with the Grand Lodge of Scotland or even better, try to find out why lodges he was member in and check in with them.

  3. Dear brothers
    Near two weeks ago I have propounded my deep interest to join to a Grand Lodge near my location (I’m an Iranian and I am living at Tehyran), a few days later I received an official letter from Southern India Grand Lodge . The respectable writer wrote in his letter that my request must be considered through some informations such as my name- full name (really and not nickname) + my Passport serial number + my educational documents – or something alike! Except for the last section the others were ready but about the last one I have to confess the original version of my documents are blocked and I’ve just their copies with the university stamps of course . Now are these acceptables or not? On the other hand ‘ Scottish Rite ‘ have always been my main desire . Would you guide me? I have the ability to establish Iran’s Grand Lodge again as ” awakenning ” . Help me please .
    Thank you for your attentions my brothers
    Your sincerely
    Amir Hossen Kh. Randgbar (Garroussi)


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