This film is about Patriothall Laundry in Eyre Terrace, Edinburgh. Built in 1904 it was recently demolished. Please note: some of the images used are of Craigmillar Laundry and the … Continue reading The Laundry Problem
Last Friday, I walked through Edinburgh’s Rodney Tunnel, northwards. The tunnel walls, now most colourfully decorated, have long since ceased to witness trains steaming by.
April 1865: The opening of the Royal Patent Gymnasium was reported in the papers as “The New Wonder of Edinburgh”. This ‘New Wonder’ was the grand design of John Cox … Continue reading ‘The New Wonder of Edinburgh’
Patrick Neill, [1776-1851], was one of Edinburgh’s ‘Modern Athenians’. Today his name is hardly known. His tombstone in Warriston records that he was ‘distinguished for Literature, Science, Patriotism, Benevolence, and … Continue reading Patrick’s garden