A Walk to Cramond
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The back of some Edinburgh Tenement.
For a study published in Social Psychological and Personality Science, researchers ran a three-part experiment to find a connectio…
A long distance cycle route connecting the Shetland Islands and Dover - via the east coast of Scotland and England. 1,695-mile-l…
Walk along Cycle Route 1 to Cramond. The route skirts Drylaw close to West Pilton and Muirhouse, some of the most deprived areas i…
The road to Cramond. Cramond Island and Fife in the distance.
From the promenade which runs from Cramond to Silverknowes.
The Cramond Fish is seven feet high, ten feet wide and six feet deep, weighs eight tonnes and is carved from a 460 million-year-ol…
Often wrongly described as a WWII submarine barrier (there is never enough water there for a submarine) this was a defence against…
A tower of the new Forth crossing a cantilever from The Forth Bridge and Barnbougle Castle A couple hurrying from Cramond Island b…
Cramond has a nice sandy beach. Bit chilly for swimming.
Cramond is a favourite spot for artists and twitchers.
Looking towards Fife from Cramond Harbour.
Unusual green Victorian Post Box.
Been a pub for over 300 years. Sadly, it gets terrible reviews now.
Repairing an old door in the chuirch