Granton Square is about 3 miles NNW of the centre of Edinburgh.
Thank you to WAC Smith for allowing me to reproduce this photograph of
the square, with its interesting collection of vehicles. The photo was
taken on September 3, 1955, just over a year before the last of
Edinburgh's trams were replaced by buses.
This view looks across the square towards Granton Western Harbour, with
the cranes along the western breakwater. A collier is berthed beside
the breakwater, near the harbour entrance.
The tram is No.226, waiting to leave on route 14, and the bus is a
Leyland single decker with an open rear platform.
The road leading towards the harbour (upper right) is Middle Pier.
It had a station and the ferry berth.
The hills of Fife, about five miles to the north, can be seen in the