EDINBURGH CASTLE SCOTLAND

Edinburgh ~ Scotland ~ Edinburgh Castle ~ The castle itself has not only been used as a place of royal residence it has been used as a prison and a military garrison as well. It is said that Edinburgh Castle is haunted by a famous ghost, the Lone Piper

writer's museum Edinburgh Scotland

Harry Potter in Edinburgh: A Full Guide to Must See HP Sites

writer's museum Edinburgh Scotland

Possibly one of the oldest continuously inhabited houses in Edinburgh is situated at the foot of Bells Brae in the Dean Village on the corner of Belford Road and Hawthornbank Lane on the edge of the Water of Leith."Bell's Brae House - The building, once a merchant's house, dates back to the 17th century and was in a neglected state by 1945. Basil Spence provided designs for its restoration and use as a family house. It was one of his first jobs after the Second World War.

Possibly one of the oldest continuously inhabited houses in Edinburgh is…

An instagrammer's guide to Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. This guide will show you the best (and most unique) photography spots in Edinburgh including Calton Hill, Victoria Street, Edinburgh Castle, Dean Village, National Museum of Scotland, Circus Lane and the Vennel.

An Instagrammer's Guide to Edinburgh

An instagrammer's guide to Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. This guide will show you the best (and most unique) photography spots in Edinburgh including Calton Hill, Victoria Street, Edinburgh Castle, Dean Village, National Museum of Scotland, Circus Lane and the Vennel.

On a brisk autumn walk the photographer Brian Furbush discovered Ramsay Gardens; a block of sixteen private apartment buildings in the Castlehill area of Edinburgh. (detail)

On a brisk autumn walk the photographer Brian Furbush discovered Ramsay Gardens; a block of sixteen private apartment buildings in the Castlehill area of Edinburgh. (detail)(Favorite Places I've Been)

George Street, 1959

View of George Street from the Assembly Rooms.

Leith - St Ninian's Wharf, Late 1850s

Leith - St Ninian's Wharf - Photograph by Thomas Vernon Begbie - late

A series of images giving the public a rare glimpse into 1920s Leith and its people has been made available online. Read more at: http://www.scotsman.com/heritage/people-places/fascinating-photographic-archive-of-1920s-leith-published-online-1-4267213

‘Fascinating’ photographic archive of Leith published online

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