Designed for a Rebellion!

It was the City Architect, Ebenezer James MacRae, who designed the Police Boxes for Edinburgh. They were installed in 1933.

Today, many of them have become coffee kiosks. Others are ticket offices. Many are decorated with temporary art.

Music credit: ‘I almost didn’t notice’ by Idlewild from their current album ‘Interview Music’ (I do not have copyright)

The Police Boxes that feature in this film:

(1) in the New Town beside Drummond Gardens

(2) In the Old Town on the Royal Mile.

This film is for David Lyle.

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