Find these steps – Between 47 and 49 Tannadyce Street, and between 26 and 28 Elphinstone Avenue, Strathmore Park.
These impressive steps just appear as you walk along Tannadyce Street – something of a surprise.
Strathmore Park, again as noted in the incredible work of Ms Irvine-Smith, commemorates the visit in 1927 of George V when he was Duke of York. It is named for for the Earl of Strathmore, the Queen Elizabeth’s father. Her sister married the 16th Baron Elphinstonem and the third Earl, previous to her father, became Baron Tannadyce. Easy if you have graph paper on hand.