Around Edinburgh

Haymarket

Haymarket is about 1/2 mile SW of the West End of Princes Street.
It was the original terminus of the railway from Glasgow.

 

Recent Photos

Haymarket Station - July 2003

2003

Haymarket Station

Haymarket Station  -  July 2003

2003

Haymarket Station

Haymarket  -  Buildings to the east of Haymarket Station

2003

East of the station

Haymarket  -  1995

1995

Looking East from Tollcross

2011

Looking East from Tollcross

 

Proposed Hotel Development  -  Artist's Impression  -  2007

Edinburgh Haymarket   --  Proposed development by Tiger Developments,including a new  InterContinental Hotel

Looking east from
Haymarket Terr

Edinburgh Haymarket   --  Proposed development by Tiger Developments,including a new  InterContinental Hotel

Looking east from
Haymarket Terr

Edinburgh Haymarket   --  Proposed development by Tiger Developments,including a new  InterContinental Hotel

Looking west from
Morrison Street

 

Elgin Place  -  1970s

  17 Elgin Place

1970s

17 Elgin Place

 

Haymarket in the Days of the Old Trams

Haymarket - clock and station

clock and station

Haymarket

Haymarket Station

station

Haymarket

 

 

Oblique Aerial Photograph

Haymarket

View looking NE across Edinburgh New Town

Looking down on Haymarket  -  View to the north-east towards Dean  -  6 December 2003

2003

View

Looking down on Haymarket  -  View to the north-east towards Dean  -  6 December 2003

2003

View with Key

 

Maps and Vertical Aerial Photograph

Haymarket

Edinburgh  -  1844  -  Map produced for the Society for the Dissemination of Useful Knowledge

1844

Edinburgh Map  -  1925  -  Section M

1925

Aerial Photograph  -  2001  -  Section M

2001

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