Loctated just five minutes from Princes Street, Dean Village was the centre of a successful grain milling area for more than 800 years – and is often described as the most picturesque part of Edinburgh.
Do you remember Dean Village when it used to look like this?
This house in the village is benefitting from some needed renovations. Year: 1966 Photo: Ian Porteous
David Hayes can be seen here taking the coracle he built to the Water of Leith at Dean Village. Year: 1970 Photo: Hamish Campbell
7. A house to be demolished
Dean Village resident Mrs E Brash is here in her home that is scheduled to be demolished. Year: 1961 Photo: TSPL
8. Dean Village Association
Basil Skinner can be seen here addressing the members of the Dean Village Association during a historical pageant and fair. Year: 1975. Photo: Hamish Campbell