The building on the right in this picture is now
occupied as private flats, but it used to be the eastern end of the
Peacock Inn at Newhaven, Edinburgh. The remainder of the inn
has survived and is still in business today, but cannot be seen in this
picture as it is hidden behind the former eastern end of the inn.
The Old Entrance
The entrance to the inn used to be at the SE corner
of the inn, facing to the south, where the grey wall is in the
Here is how it looked around the 1920s:
The Sea Wall
The sea wall, defending the Peacock Inn from the
Firth of Forth was beside the inn at the far end of the small lane on the
right of the picture.