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?
13. Well Court
This red-brick building was constructed as social housing for local workers and is recognisable by its clock tower. It was restored with support from Edinburgh World Heritage. Year: 2006. Photo: Scott Louden
14. Emergency preservation
This is the Whytock & Reid in Dean Village, which received an emergency preservation order in 2001. Year: 2001. Photo: Jon Savage
15. Filming an advert
Dean Village was used as the backdrop for a Chinese bottled water advert which saw horse drawn carriages make their way through the streets. Year: 2006 Photo: Toby Williams
The village suffered from bad flooding when the Water of Leith burst its banks, leaving the footpath to the Art Gallery unpassable. Year: 2012. Photo: Kate Chandler