The jawbone arch is made from the jawbones of whale’s, marking the entrance to The Meadows path - originally called Jawbone Walk. The arch was removed in 2014 for restoration. Year: 1954The jawbone arch is made from the jawbones of whale’s, marking the entrance to The Meadows path - originally called Jawbone Walk. The arch was removed in 2014 for restoration. Year: 1954
The jawbone arch is made from the jawbones of whale’s, marking the entrance to The Meadows path - originally called Jawbone Walk. The arch was removed in 2014 for restoration. Year: 1954 | JPIMedia

The Meadows: take a look at how Edinburgh’s public park has changed throughout the years

The Meadows is an iconic park in Edinburgh and it’s seen a lot through the years, from marches, protests, royal visits, festivals and more.

Check out our gallery to see how The Meadows has changed over the years - and how it’s stayed the same.

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