Said to be the oldest pub in Edinburgh. There has reputedly been a pub on this spot selling liquor and victuals since 1360.
Known locally as Lover's Lane.
Arthurs Seat is an ancient volcano, at 251m above sea level gives excellent view of the city
Bruntsfield is a fairly well to do part of Edinburgh. These chickens were in the garnde of a large Victorian Villa.
A bridge over The Water of Leith that connects the Water of Leith Walkway to The Gallery of Modern Art.
Sign on The Water of Leith Walkway.
Carlton Street in Stockbridge.
The name is Scots stock brig meaning a timber bridge. Originally a small outlying village, it was…
The Water of Leith Walkway is a public footpath and cycleway that runs for 12.5 miles alongside the river of the same name from Ba…
A tunnel on The Water of Leith Walkway running under a disused railway track.
A mural on the gable end of a tenement in North Junction Street.
Old winch at what use to be the entrance to the Old East Dock.
The hydraulically-operated Victoria Swing Bridge across the Inner Harbour, linking the Albert Dock to the Victoria Dock
Designed not to camouflage, but to distort a ship’s appearance when viewed through a telescope, ‘Dazzle’ was developed by the Brit…
This old engine powered a dock-side winch.
The canal is home to many ducks and swans.
Entrance to Figgate Park between Portobello and Duddingston.
Dean Village - the word Dean or 'Dene' meaning a deep valley it was once a busy industrial village with eleven mills powered by th…
Well Court Dean Village