In Comment 1 above, James Greig
"I'm not too sure if these were
original train lines ( - it does seem like it) or whether
they might have been originally used to transport the liquor to
In fact the old large-scale maps of Edinburgh show railway
lines leading from the main railway network into several premises
around Edinburgh, including Bonnington Bond and other premises in
the Bonnington Area.
The line crossing Anderson Place can be seen on this map.
Please click on the map to enlarge it then scroll along to
Anderson Place ***
*** Anderson Place is
towards the upper-right corner of the map.
It is above the large 'VI'
and the word 'CALEDONIAN' beside
the Caledonian Railway line
Peter Stubbs Edinburgh: May 22, 2013