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Remains of Edinburgh’s Victorian Railway Depot and Locomotive Works engine turntable to be revealed The site at Meadowbank is being redeveloped to make way for a new housing development which will become one of the Capital’s “greenest...
Leith’s iconic Burns statue has been returned to its home on Bernard Street, as Scotland prepares to celebrate the national bard. The 19th century bronze sculpture was put into storage in December 2019 to make way for Trams...

Edinburgh after lockdown

As Edinburgh cautiously emerges from lockdown restrictions, the full extent of the effects of the Pandemic are becoming evident. From 26th of April Edinburgh will...

In Honour Of A True English Gentleman, Prince Philip

The Freemasons are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Prince Philip this morning and we extend our sincere condolences to Her Majesty...

Dissecting The Complex And Unique Art By Pat Douthwaite

On The Edge Pat Douthwaite (1934 – 2002) The Scottish Gallery, 16 Dundas Street, Edinburgh EH3 6HZ Thursday 4th February – Saturday 27th February 2021 One of Scotland’s...

On this day in 1922 Edinburgh: No further outbreaks were reported

No further outbreaks of foot - and - mouth disease were reported in Scotland's capital, and the remaining infected carcasses were expected to be buried by the next morning.

£22m North Bridge work in Edinburgh to be completed in one year

A £22m refurbishment project on Edinburgh's North Bridge is to be completed by early 2021. The project began back in 2018 and involves a series...

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