'The Slidey Stane'

Holyrood Park

 

Photographs

2008

1.

No!

Not the 'Slidey Stane'

- though I thought it might have been when I took the photos!

   Holyrood Park  -  This stone may well be 'The Slidey Stane' mentioned in recollecitions of Holyrood Park

'Slidey Stane'? - No

   Sledging in Holyrood Park neat St Leonard's Park Entrance  -  January 2008

'Slidey Stane'? - No

   Holyrood Park  Looking to the west near St Leonard's -  Is this the Slidey Stane?  No.

'Slidey Stane'? - No

   Holyrood Park  Looking to the SE near St Leonard's -  Is this the Slidey Stane?  No.

'The Slidey Stane'? - No

 

2.

The Route to the 'Slidey Stane'

   Entrance to Holyrood Park at the southern end of St Leonard's Bank

Entrance to Holyrood Park
at southern end of St Leonard's Bank

   The route to the 'Slidey Stane' from the Entrance to Holyrood Park at the southern end of St Leonard's Bank

Take the right-hand path for 80 yards,
then turn left for 15 yards

 

3.

Yes?

The 'Slidey Stane'

   Holyrood Park  Looking to the east towards the 'Slidey Stane' with Arthur's Seat in the background

Looking east

   Holyrood Park  Looking to the SE towards the 'Slidey Stane'

zoom-in  -  looking SE

   The 'Slidey Stane' in Holyrood Park  -  looking to the NW

zoom-in  -  looking NW

   Tam Croal and his brother, Brian, on the Slidey Stane in Holyrood Park

Tam Croal and his brother on the Slidey Stane

 

Jeannie Deans' Cottage and the 'Slidey Stane'    Recollections

Jeannie Deans' Cottage

Holyrood Park

 

 

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