The Water of Leith

The nights are getting longer and warmer, so there’s no better time to explore the Water of Leith, one of Edinburgh’s rivers.

The Auld Toun Blog explores Edinburgh’s stories and gives updates about our latest news.

The Water of Leith flows through Edinburgh and into the sea at Leith, the city’s Port. It’s a wildlife haven, cycle path and fascinating way to discover many areas of the city and its history, include the Union Canal.

Here are some of our photo highlights during our explorations.

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Dean Village

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Statue to Hygeia

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The Water of Leith

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