Midlothian Constabulary 1840 - 1950

Superintendent Samuel Wright, Deputy Chief Constable of Midlothian Constabulary
Warrant Card for Samuel Wright of Edinburgh County Constabulary (Midlothian Constabulary)
Midlothian Constabulary Constable (unknown) early 1900s (Courtesy of Freda Jenkins)
Midlothian Constabulary Constable (unknown) early 1900s (Courtesy of Freda Jenkins)
Mid Lothian Constabulary Kepi Badge (Victorian Crown - See DCC Samuel Wright above)
This unknown officer could be from Midlothian, West Lothian or East Lothian Constabularies. Although separate forces, they all had the same Chief Constable and their insignia was of similar style and manufacture. He looks remarkably similar to an officer
Midlothian Constabulary Victorian Martingale Badge.
Mid Lothian Constabulary Collar Number 5 (Left side)
Midlothian County Buildings, George V Bridge, Edinburgh rear door bell from when it was also County Police HQ.
Edinburghshire Constabulary Belt Clasp (Early Victorian pattern).
Mid Lothian Constabulary Belt Clasp (Late Victorian).

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