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Trinity College Church was established in 1460 on a site close to where Waverley Station now stands. It was dismantled in 1848 and then partially rebuilt 24 years later in its present location off Jeffrey Street.
Drawings from the sketchbook of James Grant, author of Old and New Edinburgh, show his appreciation of architecture as well as his own artistic imagination.
The Dog's Bazaar was a fundraising event held annually by the Scottish Society for the Prevention of Vivisection at the Assembly Rooms.

Our Town Stories – Edinburgh

Explore Edinburgh’s history through images and maps from the collections of Edinburgh Libraries. Discover the city’s past by reading the stories of its people, places and city life.